| Updated at: 1212 PST, Thursday, October 07, 2010|
PESHAWAR: In the wake of security situation after the NATO incursion in Pakistan, the NATO supplies remained suspended for the eighth consecutive day, while 200 lorries and containers kept on waiting for security clearance to cross Pak-Afghan border.
Sources informed that the security personnel and Khasadars stood alert to thwart any kind of untoward incidents. Security forces are providing security to the stranded containers packed with NATO supplies.
The security has been put on high alert aimed to thwart any kind of untoward incident.
The owners demanded of the Government to resolve the matter as early as possible as they were under tremendous debt.
Pakistan had suspended the supply line for NATO goods after the martyrdom of Pak troops in the incident of shelling from helicopters of the allied forces, which violated the country’s airspace.
It is pertinent to mention here that the drivers and owners of the containers have expressed severe concern regarding the security situation.
Hundreds of containers have been parked in Torkham, Aza Khail and Ring Road area under the looming threats from militants.