Pakistan Army rejects NATO apologies- Don’t Say sorry ’cause you aren’t feeling guilty !
Pakistan blocks Afghanistan NATO supplies after check post attack
Pakistani authorities on Saturday blocked the NATO supply route to Afghanistan after an attack on a border check post killed at least 24 Pakistani soldiers. The attack by NATO helicopters on a check post located in Mohmand Agnecy killed at least 24 soldiers and injured 12.
Official sources confirmed the suspension of supplies, adding that all containers were stopped at the Takhta Baig check post in Jamrud tehsil of Khyber Agency.
“We have suspended the supply and will not let even a single container move ahead,” the official added.
“We have stopped NATO supplies after receiving orders from the federal government,” Mutahir Hussain, a senior administration official in Khyber tribal region, on the Afghan border, told AFP. ”Supply trucks are being sent back to Peshawar.”
Takhta Baig is the first check post followed by four more check posts in the tribal areas and is the shortest possible route to Afghanistan.
Vacant Shamsi Air Base in 15 Days – Defence Cabinet Committee
Rawalpindi – The Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) in its emergency meeting chaired by Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Saturday evening reiterated the resolve of the Pakistani people and Armed Forces to safeguard the country’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity at all costs.
In accordance with the resolution of the Joint Session of the Parliament of May 14, 2011, the DCC decided to close with immediate effect the NATO/ISAF logistics supply lines. The DCC also decided to ask the United States (US) to vacate the Shamsi Airbase within 15 days.
Pakistan had clearly conveyed to US/NATO/ISAF its red lines which constituted an integral element of Pakistan’s cooperation that was based on a partnership approach.
The attack on Pakistan Army border posts is totally unacceptable and warrants an effective national response, the DCC added.
NATO attack – Funeral of 24 Soldiers offered in Peshawar Corps Head Quarters
Peshawar – The funeral prayers of 24 Pakistan army soldiers and officers martyred in NATO air strikes in Mohmand Agency were offered here in Peshawar on Sunday at Peshawar garrison.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amir Haider Khan Hoti, KPK Governor Barrister Masood Kausar and hundreds of army jawans attended the funerals.
Pakistan Army rejects NATO apologies
Rawalpindi – In a strong message, the Pakistani army told North-Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) on Monday that they will not accept the latter’s apologies over the attack made by them at a Pakistani checkpost on Saturday.
North-Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) helicopters attacked a checkpost in Pakistan-Afghanistan border on Saturday killing 24 Pakistani soldiers.
Army spokesman Major General Athar Abbas said that the regrets and apologies made by NATO officials were not enough.
MESSAGE TO NATO:
We are not afraid of death nor
demand apology or compensation
from our enemies. We will see
them in the battle field, InshAllah,
and we swear to Allah to extract
our revenge through our swords!
By Allah, we will!
from :united youth of Pakistan!