pakistan
Sunday Nov 03, 2013
By
AFP

Adnan Kakakhel urges Govt., army not to let talks with Taliban derail

By
AFP
KARACHI: The representative of the Ulema, who had appealed to the Taliban for a ceasefire, Mufti Syed Adnan Kakakhel condemning the latest drone attacks in North Waziristan, Sunday said that US doesn’t want peace in Pakistan, Geo News reported.

The Mufti once again appealed to the Pakistan army and Taliban not to let the talks process scuttle.

Talking to Geo News, the head of the department of Sharia in Jamiatul Rasheed, Adnan Kakakhel said that the US by drone attacks has shown its anti-Pakistani attitude and urged upon the government to block the Nato supplies instead of lodging formal protest against the drone strikes.

He said that all sorts of cooperation with the US should be withdrawn and the drones violating our airspace should be shot down.

Adnan Kakakhel appealed to the government, army and the Taliban not to let the talks derail and make efforts for peace through talks.