In an interview with BBC, Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari talked about his party’s stance on negotiations with Taliban.
The young leader is very clear as he said, “We want to eradicate Talibans from Pakistan.”
He said that the PPP supported the government on negotiations with Taliban but six months has passed and there is still no concrete result.
According to Bilawal, our politicians cannot make up their mind on Talibans’ issue and they are confusing the nation on purpose by claiming it America’s war because they are cowards and scared.
He further said that negotiations without any terms and conditions showed our weakness. But now the dialogues should be on our terms.
Talibans have to surrender and accept the constitution of Pakistan in order to have any kind of dialogues with us.