Mutasim: Will Take Serious Steps if Current Peace Efforts Fails

(Last Updated On: March 30, 2015 3:41 pm)

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Top Taliban former political leader Mullah Agha Jan Mutasim insisted that if the current ongoing peace Talks process led by the Afghan Government fails I will take serious steps for peace talks.

Mr. Mutasim supports peace talks with Taliban said,” plat forms for ending war has been expanded therefore I will not sit silent to ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan.”

Mullah Mutasim has been the Taliban Top political leader as well as the former Finance Minister while Taliban were in Power and also he was counted as one of the closets person to Mullah Omar.

He said,” I will not sit silent my country is in war flames I want stability and peace in Afghanistan, peace is not only a need to Afghanistan but it’s a regional need to all countries living aside.”

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High peace council spokesman Shahzada Shahid said,” I want International community to pave the way for peace and stability in Afghanistan, if Afghanistan doesn’t have to helped it would face new crisis.”

Meanwhile Mps in the house of the parliament have expressed their concerns on hidden words being exchanged behind the curtain claiming that Pakistan is trying to use the opportunities and get some credits for its benefits.

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Meanwhile Mps in the house of the parliament have expressed their concerns on hidden words being exchanged behind the curtain claiming that Pakistan is trying to use the opportunities and get some credits for its benefits.

Nadir Shah Bahir the Afghan lawmakers said,” peace talks is a complicated and complex process , peace talks should be in the level to be enabled to end War in Afghanistan.”

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It was supposed to see all Afghan Government representatives and Taliban to sit behind a peace talks table after 13 years of war in the first week of March 2015 still no progress made on the aspect from both sides,Taliban has been refusing to talk with Afghan Government.

Reported by Fawad Nasiri

 

 

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