Pak Taliban denies offering safe-passage for Imran’s peace march
Islamabad: Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman has reportedly denied reports suggesting that they had assured a safe-passage for Paksitan Tehrik-e-Insaf’s (PTI) ‘peace march’ through their tribal stronghold.
“Our men are too important give an escort to the likes of Imran Khan,” said spokesman Ahsanullah Ahsan.
According to the Daily Times Ahsan also described ‘two kinds of politicians’ in Pakistan-‘Those who were in power and those were not’.
“The ones in the power i.e. Peoples Party of Pakistan, Muttahida Qaumi Movement, and Awami National Party are anti-TTP, whereas the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf are not in the power, but are secular and Westernophiles in their mentality”, Ahsanullah said.
He further said that TTP would never come out for a Westernophile like Imran Khan.
“The agenda of PTI’s peace march is not what it claims to be. There is more what meets the eye in their case. It’s only a gimmick to gain political mileage”, Ashanullah added.
- ED summons former Air Chief Marshal S.P. Tyagi
- DNA: When will Muslim women get freedom from triple divorce?
- NHRC issues notice to Rajasthan government over death of 11 children in home
- Delhi: 10-year-old boy dies due to overdose of Vitamin D
- Haryana: Groom injured in celebratory firing at wedding in Hissar
- Ex-servicemen suspend OROP protest, threaten to intensify agitation if demands not met
- West Bengal goes for fifth phase of polling on Saturday
- Tajikistan bans Russian-style surnames for children
- S&P keeps UK on triple-A rating, says expects no Brexit
- Google Translate turns 10: Five interesting things you want to know about it