23 April 2014

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JUI-F withdraws from government

JUI-F withdraws from government ISLAMABAD: The Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) has announced its withdrawal from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) led government.JUI-F spokesman, Jan Achakzai said that it was difficult for the party to stay in the government until the deadlock on policy matters was not eliminated.Achakzai added that the PML-N had not taken the JUI-F into confidence over the Protection of Pakistan Ordinance, Taliban talks and National Security Policy.Achakzai said JUI-F ministers Abdul Ghafoor Haideri and

Lack of confidence between government and Taliban

http://cache.pakistantoday.com.pk/683739-ProfessorIbrahimPPI-1395005796-147-640x480.jpgPESHAWAR: Member Taliban committee, Professor Ibrahim says there is a lack of confidence between the government and Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)Ibrahim’s statement comes on a day when the TTP ceasefire expired after a ten day extension by the banned organisation.The Taliban committee member told reporters that talks could be held in Islamabad or Peshawar after confidence was restored between the two sides. “We are working towards the restoration of confidence.”Ibrahim added that

All options being explored to achieve lasting peace: HamzaAll options being explored to achieve lasting peace: Hamza

RAWALPINDI: Member National Assembly (MNA), Hamza Shahbaz Sharif Thursday said the federal government was making unrelenting efforts and exploring all workable options to achieve lasting peace in the country amicably.Presently, he said, the government’s negotiating team was holding dialogue with around 50 to 60 groups of Taliban for peace and tranquility in the country.“There is need of giving some time to the ongoing dialogue process for achieving the required results,” he said while talking to

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