Pakistan government didn't shown any interest in the negotiation process, Shahid Ullah Shahid

Pakistan government didn't shown any interest in the negotiation process, Shahid Ullah Shahid

Peshawar : Pakistan | Oct 09, 2013 at 3:47 AM PDT
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Pakistan's Shahid Afridi

Miran Shah, the Taliban are interested in the negotiation process with the government of Pakistan, but we will never talk under the umbrella of the Pakistani constitution. This is stated the spokesman of the Tehreek Taliban Pakistan Shahid Ullah Shahid in his latest interview. He was talking with journalists in Waziristan. It’s the first interview of the Shahid Ullah Shahid, in which he openly talks with media and journalist makes his video and snaps.

According to the Shahid Ullah Shahid since last nine years operation against Taliban is going on, but neither had we scared from the army operation. He said that the Pakistani government has not taken any serious steps in negotiation process, even Taliban are interested in the talk’s process.

Along with two other TTP commanders Shahid Ullah Shahid said if the government wants talks with the Taliban then they should take the first step for cease fire. The constitution of Pakistan is secular and the government becomes the slave of the USA and we will never talk under the umbrella of the Pakistani constitution.

He said that through drone they killed the innocent people also they didn’t care of Pakistani sovereignty, even in that scenario the Pakistani government takes any action.

He said that Hakeem Ullah Mehsood is the leader of the TTP and through his leadership we will fight. He said that our target is Islamabad and we will make it truly Islam Abad after the Islamic revolution.

Queries about different tribal areas the spokesman of the TTP said that the Taliban never thoughts to attack on the Pakistani atomic installation, he added that if the afghan Taliban needs our human power will support them. So many Pakistani Taliban are still fights in Afghanistan area, Molana Fazal Ullah one of them whose fight in Afghanistan said Shahid Ullah Shahid.

Talking about the Malala Yousafzai he said that if we get another chance we will target again Malala, he said Imran khan is part of secular government and now we demand are more, it’s not that Pakistan government left the USA, our demand to stop the drone, release of Taliban prisoner. Shahid Ullah Shahid further added that very soon Taliban will take steps for the Islamic revolution.

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musarrat ullah jan is based in Peshawar, North West Frontier, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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