ISLAMABAD (Online) - Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Swat chapter Spokesman Haji Muslim Khan telephoned Malakand Commissioner Fazal Karim and discussed with him the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation and other issues, a private TV channel reported on Tuesday. According to the report, the Taliban leader contacted the government after the death of TTP Chief Baitullah Mehsud and the arrest of its spokesman Maulvi Omar. The Malakand Commissioner confirmed the phone call and said he had talked to Muslim for 20 minutes, in which he made it clear on him that there was no justification of extremist activities in the region after the implementation of Nizam-e-Adl Regulation. He said the Taliban had challenged the government writ by following foreign agenda and due to which large number of people had to flee from their homes. Fazal Karim said during the call he made it clear on Muslim Khan to lay down arms. However, according to him, Muslim Khan listened to him but could not reply with arguments and only said that it was the retaliation of the military operation. He said Muslim Khan remained silent when he told him that military operation was necessary against those challenging the government writ.