Pak govt planning to hold peace talks with Taliban
Islamabad: Pakistani government is reportedly planning to form a working group to hold talks with the militant groups so as to establish peace in the country.
The Express Tribune reports that the government has plans to hold talks with the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other `reconcilable groups`.
According to the report, the proposed working group would comprise politicians and other figures that could make the peace talks successful.
The government is also considering utilising former militants and those militants who are in custody for reaching out to the TTP, report added.
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