Taliban militants Monday destroyed a dozen trucks in the Pakistani city of Peshawar containing supplies for NATO troops in Afghanistan, killing two people in the process, police said. The attack took place early in the morning at a terminal in the northwestern city where trucks carrying supplies for the NATO forces are parked at night. "Two people were killed and 12 trucks loaded with goods for NATO forces were burnt to ashes after Taliban fired three rockets at the terminal," area police official Zahoor Khan said. Two armoured personnel carriers, a crane and several goods containers were also burnt, he said, and added that first Taliban fired rockets and then a group of militants came and started fires at the terminal. Pakistan last month barred delivery of sealed containers and oil tankers through the Khyber Pass for a week after Taliban in the rugged lawless area hijacked 15 trucks destined for Afghanistan and looted the vehicles. Pakistan's army chief General Ashfaq Kayani vowed last month to keep NATO's supply line to Afghanistan open and reaffirmed support for the alliance's mission there during a visit to the Brussels headquarters of the force.