Amid news reports that the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has finalised an agenda for dialogue, government sources on Sunday said that they were yet to hear from the negotiators and there was nothing formal in terms of demands yet.

The talks would proceed once TTP’s nominees get in touch with the government-appointed committee, it is learnt. Media reports said that the Taliban Shura finalised a 15- point draft for negotiations which will be given to the two TTP nominees members who are in North Waziristan since Saturday.

Dawn reported that the Shura was meeting under the deputy TTP chief Sheikh Khalid Haqqani.

On Saturday, Professor Ibrahim Khan and Maulana Yousuf Shah had travelled to Miramshah to meet the TTP leaders.

The news report said the TTP’s demands included bringing an end to drone attacks; introducing Sharia law in courts; and including Islamic system of education