LAHORE – Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan Wednesday opposed the proposed resumption of Nato supply routes.
In his messages posted on social networking website ‘Twitter’ on Wednesday, Khan condemned what he said government “NRO” with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
“PTI opposes reopening of Nato supply route and will plan appropriate action,” Khan wrote. He said “we dismiss all government measures which prove fatal for innocent people and stabilize war against terror”
He said that Pakistani people had been paying the cost with their blood for the war which didn’t belong to them.
Khan said “PTI holds government, which is shamelessly busy in offering assistance in the war, responsible for the killing of people”.
“War on terror has caused losses of over 73 billion dollars to economy, polarised social fabric of Pakistan and killed over 40,000 Pakistanis,” Imran Khan said.