ISLAMABAD (Online) - The supply to NATO forces battling in Afghanistan against Taliban has been badly affec-ted due to heavy downpours and severe floods across the country. More than 5,000 oil tankers and trucks carrying necessary commodities including fruit, vegetables, dry fruits and petroleum products were stuck in Dera Ismail Khan, Zhob and Qila Saifullah as the roads washed away due to heavy floods in the areas. These tankers and trucks carry necessary commodities for NATO forces in Afghanistan through Torkham and Chaman border. Talking to the media, Chairman Pakistan Oil Tankers Association, Yousaf Shahwani said that their trucks stranded in different areas of Balochi-stan and Khyber Pakhtunkwa, adding that he feared that fruits and vegetables may rot in the trucks. He said that the traders are bearing loss worth of millions of rupees. Yousaf Shahwani said that no rescue work is in progress in the affected areas. He said that Federal Minister for Livestock, Humayun Aziz Kurd assured him regarding the opening of road within two days. Shahwani stated that the supply of oil and other things would be closed for five more days in case flood water reaches Sindh. It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistani government has permitted the allied forces to use both ports besides using some of its air bases and every day 200 to 250 trucks enter Afghanistan through Torkham and Chaman.