NATO supplies to be suspended, says PTI

Islamabad (3rd November 2013): The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday decided to suspend NATO supplies in the wake of the killing of TTP chief Hakeemullah Mehsud by a US drone.

KPK government ha also ordered the meeting of all high officials tomorrow. The cabinet will also be briefed about the issue and its remedy.

Announcing the decision at a press conference after a meeting of PTI’s top leadership, Imran Khan demanded an end to drone attacks and said his party had decided to adopt democratic means by seeking political support for the decision.

“NATO supplies must be stopped and remain so till such time that the federal government is able to stop drones and give a clear commitment about the efforts for structured dialogue for peace.

The CM of KP has decided to call an emergency session of the provincial assembly to pass a resolution and to build up support with all other parties for this purpose. It is imperative for the KP government to get passed a resolution in the provincial assembly on an emergency basis to stop NATO supplies. The people of FATA and KPK have been devastated by the over nine years,” he added.



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