ISLAMABAD: The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have resumed attacks after refusing to extend a ceasefire with the Pakistani government.
According to the details, the group claimed responsibility for killing two police personnel in Chadrar, District Tank, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Earlier, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) armed group, also known has unilaterally announced an end to a month-long ceasefire with the Pakistani government, accusing authorities of reneging on promises made in the initial stages of peace talks, a statement says.
The ceasefire came into effect on November 9, after the Pakistani government announced the start of talks with the armed group, which has been fighting Pakistan’s government since 2007 and has carried out dozens of attacks targeting civilians and security forces across the country.
Late on Thursday, the TTP announced “it is not possible for the ceasefire to continue” under current conditions, in a statement released to journalists.
Pakistan’s government is yet to comment on the developments.