PESHAWAR - Speakers at Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) sponsored sit-in on Monday said that resumption of Nato supplies was not acceptable to them, as the government committed disloyalty to the bloods of Salala attack martyrs.

They observed that the US was ready to bow down before Pakistan, as it kept supplied blocked, but the government blindly resumed them. Holding party flags, hundreds of JI workers and common people attended JI's sit-in at Bagh-e-Naran in Peshawar amidst tight security and sizzling heat. They chanted slogans againt government and its policies. Besides others, JI Central Ameer Syed Munawar Hassan, senior vice president Sirajul Haq, JI ex-ameer Qazi Hussain Ahmad, General Secretary Liaqar Baloch, JI provincial ameer Prof Ibrahim Khan and others.

JI workers not only from Peshawar, but form other districts also attended the sit-in, in which, speakers came down hard on the government, its polices, corruption, not halting US non stop drone attacks, and particularly of allowing Nato supplies via Pakistan.

They said that present government succumbed to the pressure of the US builds up on it and was forced to resume the supplies, which according to them, was not acceptable to people of Pakistan.

They alleged that after the stoppage of Nato supplies, US administration was near to bow down and accept government's conditions, but unfortunately the government allowed Nato supplies. This act, they said, created unrest among people of the country, as it was an unwise decision.

They said that the government failed on all fronts and it degraded Pakistan, adding that Pakistan's internal and external policies totally failed.