Pakistan's Taliban militants say they called off shaky truce
(MENAFN) Pakistan's Taliban militants made a statement on Monday they had called off a shaky truce agreed with the administration and urged fighters to start invasions in the nation.
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), an another organization from the Taliban in Afghanistan but having a similar hardline ideology, have been accountable for hundreds of invasions and thousands of demises since 2007.
They agreed to a cease-fire in 2022 when Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers took a prominent role in brokering peace meetings, but talks made little improvement and there were frequent breaches.
“We have shown our continued patience so that the negotiation process is not sabotaged,” the TTP announced in a declaration.
“But the army and intelligence agencies do not stop and continue the attacks, so now our retaliatory attacks will also start across the country.”
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