PESHAWAR: The outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has put conditions for a ceasefire with the government, media reports said on Wednesday .
Talking to media, the TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said that the group is ready to ceasefire if the government stops the dumping of bodies of Taliban members.
The TTP spokesman said that the arrests of Taliban activists and their killings in police encounters should be stopped. Moreover, he said that the government committee should provide assurance to the Taliban committee.
On Tuesday, Maulana Yousuf Shah, who acts as contact person for the TTP, said that the TTP has assured that all its factions have agreed to ceasefire.
Shah said that all militant groups are bound to obey the decision of the TTP, adding that the Taliban have empowered the dialogue committee and Maulana Samiul Haq to take any decision in this regard.
The TTP coordinator said that the Taliban want to continue peace talks. He added that success of talks is necessary for restoration of peace.