Willing to negotiate with the extremist Islamic Taliban is the leader of the Punic resistance.

Ahmed Masoud, the leader of the National Resistance Front in Punjab, said on the resistance’s Facebook page on Sunday that he welcomed the proposal of religious scholars, the Ulema Council, for a negotiated settlement that might end the fighting.

Massoud said that the National Salvation Front basically agreed with the council in resolving the issues. He added that in order to bring lasting peace, the NRF is ready to resume negotiations and stop fighting immediately if the Taliban also stop their attacks and troop movements against Punjab and Indrab.

Not so long ago, the Taliban claimed to have infiltrated the Punjab provincial headquarters. The Afghan press reported that the Ulema Council urged the Taliban to negotiate with the leaders of the resistance in Punjab province.

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