JuD backed Difa-e-Pakistan Council to resist re-opening of NATO supply lines
Peshawar, Apr 16(ANI): The Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) has vowed to stand firm against re-opening of NATO supplies to Afghanistan.
The DPC, a coalition of 42 religious and political parties, presented its 10-point manifesto that demanded NATO supply routes should not be resumed and US and NATO forces should withdraw from all Pakistani airbases.
DPC chairman Maulana Samiulhaq said that despite a unanimous resolution by Parliament to condemn drone attacks, the US airstrikes have continued unabated.
Jammat-ud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed said India and the West are responsible for the security problems in Balochistan and Gilgit- Baltistan, The Express Tribune reports.
"Western allies are facing severe resistance from Taliban in Afghanistan. The US and its allies blame Pakistan for their defeat and in revenge have fuelled violence in Gilgit -Baltistan and are aiding separatists in Balochistan," Saeed said.
DPC activists have vowed to not allow a single container to reach Afghanistan via Pakistan.
The manifesto also includes a message to secular elements, to not become supportive of "unislamic" forces. (ANI)
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