Pak-Taliban threatens to attack re-opened NATO supply routes
Islamabad, July 4 (ANI): The Pakistani Taliban has threatened to attack trucks carrying supplies to US-led NATO troops in Afghanistan after Islamabad decided to reopen the supply routes.
"We will attack NATO supplies all over Pakistan. We will not allow anyone to use Pakistani soil to transport supplies that will be used against the Afghan people," the group's spokesman said.
Meanwhile, various religious and political parties have expressed anger over resumption of NATO supplies.
They claimed that the decision was against the interests and security of Islam and Muslims, The Daily Times reports.
Difa-e-Pakistan Council head Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki, Abdul Qadir and others said the decision to resume NATO supplies amounted to 'supporting genocide of the Afghan people'. (ANI)
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