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TTP: Pakistan to continue peace talks process

| | 17 Apr 2014, 10:56 pm
Islamabad, Apr 17 (IBNS): A day after the Paksitan Taliban refused to extend their 40-day long ceasefire, the Pakistan government on Thursday said the peace talks process with them would continue on a slow place based on a wait and see policy, media reports said.

"Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on National Security (CCNS) at the Prime Minister House on Thursday during it was decided that the peace talks process with the Taliban would continue on a slow place based on a wait and see policy,"Dawn News reported.

The Paksitan Taliban on Wednesday refused to extend their 40-day long ceasefire , media reports said.

Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)  said the government did not respond to their demands positively.

The TTP  on Mar 1 declared a month-long ceasefire. It was later extended for 10 days which expired on Apr 10.


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