The spokesman of the Mehsud group, who was also a central member of the Taliban shura, made the announcement in a press conference.
He added that the other Taliban factions were also becoming distrustful of the main organisation.
Azam further said that the Mehsud group had tried to reform the TTP, adding that despite its efforts, conniving elements in the organisation had emerged successful.
The spokesman said that these elements had handed over management of the central organisation into the hands of unseen forces.
Two factions of the TTP, the umbrella grouping for disparate militant organisations, have been locked in bloody clashes for the past several weeks.
Differences emerged after Hakimullah Mehsud was killed by a US drone in November last year and with a crisis developing over future leadership of the organisation.
The conflict brought Mehsud’s followers led by commander Sheheryar Mehsud against supporters of Khan Said Sajna.
Infighting among the factions has also impeded and undermined what little progress had been made in the peace negotiations with the government.
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