Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Wednesday that the talks with the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan would be held according to the constitution of the country.
The interior minister stated this following a press conference on Wednesday after a meeting of the National Security Council in which the prime minister and lawmakers were briefed by the military leadership on the security situation of the country.
Sanaullah, while speaking to the journalists, assured that the talks with TTP would take place under all the rules and regulations and there would be peace in the country due to these negotiations.
The meeting took place at the office of the prime minister, where representatives from all coalition partners, security apparatus, and other officials were present.
The minister also assured that an in-camera session would soon take place with the parliamentarians in which all the issues of national security would be discussed.
Before the press conference of the interior minister, a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office was issued which said that the participants of the meeting were informed about the role that Pakistan had played in peace and stability in Afghanistan.
It also said that Pakistan would continue its support and constructive role in building peace in Afghanistan and the region.
The committee was also briefed on the topic of the talks with the TTP from the day they had been started and what progress had been made currently.