US wants Pakistan army to conduct operation in N. Waziristan: Imran Khan


MONITORING DESK LAHORE – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chairman Imran Khan said that a ceasefire agreement between the government and the Taliban should be made as early as possible.

Addressing the media in Lahore, Imran Khan said peace talks should be given a full chance to restore peace in the country, adding that the option of military operation was always at hand.

The PTI chief also said that there were few groups within Taliban who did not want peace in Pakistan, adding that anti-state elements were also active against peace talks.

Condemning the recent blasts, Imran Khan said Taliban should be given the responsibility of nabbing those involved in terrorist attacks.

The cricketer-turned politician also asserted that the US wants Pakistan army to conduct operation in North Waziristan.

Imran Khan reiterated that Najam Sethi was given chairmanship after he planted 35 ‘punctures’.

Referring to the protest of PPP and other political parties in Senate against his statements, Imran Khan questioned as to why ANP and PPP never resorted to operation during their reign? (Local TV)