Baradar may be freed in a day or two: Aziz
In an exclusive talk with Dawn.com, he said handing over the key Taliban commander to Afghanistan would sabotage the very objective behind the decision to release him.
“Ghani Baradar will be freed into Pakistan and he will remain in the country until he decides himself to move anywhere he deems necessary to initiate the peace process,” Aziz added.
One of the four men who founded the insurgent movement in 1994, Baradar is one of the most trusted commanders of Mullah Mohammad Omar. He was detained in Karachi in February 2010.
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