Govt, Taliban sincere about peace dialogues: Yousuf Shah

MULTAN: Member of the Taliban negotiation committee Syed Yousuf Shah Saturday said the government and the Taliban were sincere about the dialogue process.

Talking to the media at local airport, he said dialogue was the only solution to the problem.

To a query, he said there were some obstacles which needed to be removed for the success of the talks.

To another question, he said those who were opposing the dialogue, did not want peace in the country.

Syed Yousuf Shah also advocated dialogue with estranged Balochs.

To a question, he said both sides would present their demands which would be discussed during talks.

About abducted Syed Ali Haider Gilani, he said former Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani had visited Akora Khattak for help and they had tried their best to find a clue to Ali Haider Gilani but to no avail.