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Good news for nation soon: says Professor Ibrahim

11 February, 2014

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PESHAWAR: Professor Ibrahim, member of Taliban nominated committee is very positive and optimistic about this series of dialogues between Government and Taliban. He has even hinted some great news for the nation very soon.

Professor Ibrahim was briefing media about the current status of Taliban-Government negotiations here in Peshawar on Monday,.

He said, "Negotiations will yield positive results for Pakistan. There will be completely peace in the country."

"Taliban and government have given positive response. However, Taliban has asked for explanations on some issues," he added.

And lastly Professor Ibrahim told media that Taliban agenda is like "amanat" for him.

"The discussion between Taliban and our side members is 'amant' of the nation and we could not disclose it in media", Professor said adding that Taliban's demands would be presented before government committee tomorrow or day after tomorrow.

He said nothing would be kept secret from the nation but disclosing Taliban's point of view and their demands in media could damage the process.

"We appealed to both sides that there should not be any action, which could sabotage peace talks," Ibrahim said. The government, he said, should think about implementation of Islamic clauses in line with the Constitution, he suggested.

He said that talks were took place in peaceful environment added that Taliban have provided then best security even five drones were flying on their heads during meeting.


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