Lahore, July 26: Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan, Liaqat Baloch has said the Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) has finalized all sit-in arrangements on NATO supply routes from Karachi to Chaman via Torkham near Pak Afghan border.

In a statement issued here at Mansoora on Thursday, he said the nation would not accept NATO supply restoration at any cost and would resist against it with full vigor.

He expressed his wonder saying the US was facing a humiliating defeat in Afghanistan but the political and military leadership of Pakistan had surrendered against the wishes of nation which would prove destructive for national security and integrity.

He deplored that the leadership put aside the parliament resolutions on NATO supply reopening under the US pressure against the national aspirations.

He said the cabinet had approved a written agreement on NATO supply which, he demanded, should be made public in line with democratic and constitutional process.   

Meanwhile, a delegation of Arakani Muslim community from Myanmar called on Liaqat Baloch in the leadership of Noor Hussain Arakani.

Liaqat Baloch deplored that all international institutions including OIC had tightened their lips over the cruelty and violation of basic human rights in Myanmar. “All muslim rulers should lodge a protest by calling ambassador of Myanmar in their countries,” he added.

He expressed his disappointment over Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for keeping mum over the issue. He hailed Saudi King Shah Abdullah for calling OIC session on the issue and appealed that OIC should formulate a future line of action for betterment of Muslims of Palestine, Kashmir and Myanmar.

The delegation thanked JI for raising its voice on the issue and drawing attention of the world towards the killing of Muslim community in Myanmar.