Pro-Taliban militants on Sunday said they would decide within days whether to call a permanent ceasefire in a wild region near the Afghan border after the government agreed to allow Islamic sharia law. Muslim Khan, spokesman for militant leader Maulana Fazlullah, said the hardliners would review their current 10-day truce in the Swat valley when it runs out on Wednesday. "We declared a 10-day ceasefire just after the agreement was signed and you will see an exemplary peace prevail in the valley once sharia is enforced," Khan told a foreign news agency. "In the next five or six days, our shoora is meeting and it will decide about a permanent ceasefire," he said.