PESHAWAR - JUI-F Chief Maulana Fazl Rehman said on Sunday that resumption of Nato supplies has created unrest among the masses while US and its allies are rejoicing the decision, saying the Parliament was disgraced by doing so.Speaking at the opening day meeting of the JUI-F Central Majlis-i-Shura that met here at the party provincial headquarters, which was also attended by members of the shura, provincial ameer from all the fours provinces, Azad Kashmir and FATA. The Shura discussed in detail the situation emerged after the resumption of Nato supplies, the matter of dual citizenship, coming general elections and alliance with religions and political parties. The Shura meeting which would also continue on July 9, was also addressed by Maulana Mohammad Khan Sherani, Hafiz Hussain Ahmad, Dr Khalid Somroo, Maulana Atta ur Rehman, Senator Saleh Shah and others.Maulana Fazl Rehman said that restoration of Nato supplies is unacceptable to the people of the country. In this regard, the Parliament’s decision was ignored while allowing the resumption of Nato supplies. Those who were claiming supremacy of the Parliament have disgraced it by making the decision of the restoration of Nato supplies.  The government should tell the nation on what forum it has taken the decision of allowing Nato supplies, he said adding that after Parliament decision, the government could not make any decision without its consent, he said. The JUI-F chief said that US has not apologized formally, but only expressed concern. He said that Parliament was bypassed in the decision, which he termed regrettable. He said that on the very first day of the resumption of Nato supplies, US drone killed over 20 innocent people in tribal area. He questioned that who has stopped government and authorities concerned from shooting down US drone, he concluded. Meanwhile, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) will stage a sit-in on July 16 against the resumption of Nato supplies, which will be followed by a protest march from Peshawar to Jamrud Khyber Agency on July 17.Speaking at a news conference at Almarkazi Islami JI Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Prof. Ibrahim Khan said that JI’s Central Ameer Syed Munawwar Hassan, its former amir Qazi Hussain Ahmad, deputy chief Sirajul Haq and general secretary Liaqat Baloch would gather on the supply route at Hayathabad on July 16 at 5 pm.He claimed that hundreds of party workers and those who oppose the restoration of Nato supplies via Pakistan would attend the march and the sit-in on the scheduled dates. He informed that after spending the night on roads, the protesters would start a protest march towards Jamrud in Khyber Agency from Bagh-e-Naraan at 10 am on July 17.JI, he said, would continue the protest drive till the closure of the supply route again. The resumption of the supplies to the Nato troops in Afghanistan was violation of the recommendations of the Parliament. “The US has neither tendered apology for the Salala incident nor stopped drone attacks and the supplies were resumed”, he said. Rather the drone strikes were intensified, he added. JI KP Ameer Prof. Ibraheem was of the view that the day the Nato containers entered Afghanistan after the restoration of the supplies, a US drone killed more than 20 people in North Waziristan. “This shows that the US considers us nothing more than slaves. And our government by restoring the supplies unconditionally reaffirmed their slavery”. He claimed that the govt has made a compromise on the blood of the soldiers martyred in Salala Check Posts. “The elements who sold the blood of the soldiers and failed to protect the countrymen should be court marshaled,” he stressed.He further accused the rulers of having sold the integrity and sovereignty of the country in return of a few dollars. The rulers by trampling the parliamentary resolution to reopen the supply line proved that they could go to every extent to appease their US masters, adding it also show how much they care about the supremacy of the Parliament, Ibrahim said.