Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday said that some forces are trying to sabotage the dialogue process with Tehreek-e-Taliban.
Talking to media in Dera Ismail Khan, Fazlur Rehman said that government must keep an eye on such negative elements.
He said that political and military leaderships are determined to resolve the terrorism issue through talks.
No one can create hurdle in this process, he added.
Few days back , Pakistan s major political parties endorsed peace talks with the Taliban as the best way to end a decade-long insurgency that has killed thousands of people.
But it s unclear what steps the government is willing to take to convince the militants to sit down at the negotiating table.
It s also unclear what would be acceptable to the army, which has lost thousands of soldiers fighting the Taliban and is considered the strongest institution in the country.
The army has carried out scores of operations against the Taliban in the tribal region, but the militants have proven resilient and continue to carry out regular attacks.