The supplies for NATO and US troops in Afghanistan remained suspended at Pak-Afghan border for the 10th day on Monday as protests continued against the foreign aggression. The supply line was suspended after the US-lead alliances troops raided a checkpost inside Pakistani jurisdictions, killing 24 soldiers. Long queues of trucks and containers, loaded with fuel and consumable items on their way to Kabul and Qandhar, were seen at Pak-Afghan border crossings in Chaman and Tor-Kham, as forces did not allow them to enter into Afghanistan. On the other hand, truck drivers and other labourers staying with vehicles are facing hardships at the border in chilly season and fear Taliban attacks. Score of trucks, returning from Kabul, were also allowed to enter Pakistan at Spin Boldak, a border town right next to the Durand Line border with Pakistan.