Islamabad/ PESHAWAR -A spokesperson of ISPR Tuesday said that pulling out troops from South Waristan Agency would be the decision of the government depending upon the outcome of the negotiations between the government officials and the Tribesmen. Commenting on a news item, published in a section of press about withdrawal of troops from South Wazirastan Agency (SWA), he said that in line to facilitate return of the displaced people, Army has decided to readjust present positions and open various roads linking to different villages and towns in the area. Meanwhile, the NWFP Government and the alleged militants calling them Taliban from Swat in their second round of talks agreed on continuation of the ceasefire and constituting a joint committee for ensuring peace and tranquillity all over the region. "Talks were held in a very peaceful and friendly atmosphere," were the remarks of Government team spokesman and Awami National Party Provincial President Afrasiab Khattak and Taliban spokesman Maulna Ali Bakht Khan when talking to the media on conclusion of hours long parleys on Tuesday evening. The second round of talks was held at Shahi Mehman Khana and it continued for around six hours with brief intervals for prayers and lunch. The NWFP Government besides Afrasiab Khattak was represented by two Senior Ministers Bashir Ahmad Bilour and Rahim Dad Khan, NWFP Forest and Environment Minister Wajid Ali Khan Advocate, MPA from Swat Dr Shamsher Ali Khan, Deputy Inspector General Police Mr Tanveer-ul-Haq Sipra, District Coordination Officer Mr Shaukat Khan and District Police Officer Mr Waqef Khan. The Swat chapter of Taliban headed by Maulana Fazal Ullah was represented by Muslim Khan, Maulana Ali Bakht Khan, Naseeb-ur-Rehman, Shamsher Ali, Mohammad Ali, Maulana Mohammad Amin, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor and Nisar Khan. It merits mentioning here that during hours long parleys, the alleged militants distributed an open letter (pamphlet) addressed to leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party, Awami National Party, Pakistan Muslim League (N), armed forces and the whole nation. Through this pamphlet, Tehrik Taliban Swat Chapter stressed on unity for resisting the United States against occupying Pakistan like Afghanistan and Iraq. The implementation of NWFP Shariah Regulations 1999, withdrawal of troops from Swat, unconditional release of all arrested persons, compensation for human and property losses were, inter alia, the main demands of alleged militants calling them as Taliban. On the other hand the NWFP Government was emphasizing on an end to attacking security forces, blowing up of the government installations including schools, check posts and police stations, ensuring writ of law and discouraging the parallel administration in the region. On conclusion of the daylong discussions, Afrasiab Khattak while briefing the media expressed unprecedented satisfaction on the talks. "The two sides sincerely want the return of peace and stability in the region," he remarked, adding, "So far we have agreed on the continuation of the negotiations." He viewed that there seemed unanimity over resolving several issues and points but in fact the matter was too complicated and its complete resolution needed further discussions. Afrasiab Khattak informed that after agreeing on extension of the ceasefire the two sides also agreed on constituting of a joint committee for ensuring peace and stability in the region. The NWFP Government would be represented by Provincial Minister Wajid Ali Khan, MPA Dr Shamsher Ali Khan, DIG Malakand Range, District Coordination Officer and District Police Officer, whereas the Taliban would be represented by Muslim Khan, Maulana Ali Bakht, Maulana Mohammad Amin and Mehmood Khan. He said that the committee would continue regular meetings and contacts for going ahead with the prime objective of the return of peace and stability in the area. In response to a question, Afrasiab Khattak said the two sides presented demands, proposals and suggestions for resolving the matter. In this respect, he said in clear words, "The NWFP Government is willing to ensure implementation of the NWFP Shariah Regulations 1999." Similarly, he said that there was complete unity and understanding on several demands, conditions and proposals, which he was of the firm belief, "could be thrashed out in the coming rounds of parleys." "Yes, we want peace all over the region, particularly in Swat," was the reply of Maulana Ali Bakht Khan in his chat with media on conclusion of the meeting. He said that the meeting was very satisfactory and was held in a cordial atmosphere. He also endorsed the remarks of Afrasiab Khattak that the two sides sincerely favoured return of peace and stability. In response to a question, Maulana Ali Bakht confirmed their demands regarding withdrawal of troops from Swat. "We want return of troops to their barracks," he added and said, "We have handed over seven demands to the Government." Maulana Ali Bakht and his colleague Naseeb-ur-Rehman expressed satisfaction over the second round of talks. The two sides said that third round of talks would be held in the coming week but they didn't finalize the date in this respect. In the first round held at Chakdara on May 9th last the two sides declared ceasefire, which so far seems fruitful. Maulana Soofi Mohammad chief of banned Tehrik Nifaz Shariah Mohammadi (TNSM) who was released on April 9 plays an important role in the talks.