PESHAWAR Owing to security threats on 9th and 10th of Muharram, Pakistan on Wednesday halted all kinds of supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. The Pak-Afghan border at Torkham was sealed completely on Wednesday to thwart any untoward incident in last two days of first Asuhra of Muharram. Earlier amid reports of possible terror attacks on 9th and 10th Muharram, the federal government decided to stop NATO supplies along with sealing Pak-Afghan border. The law enforcement agencies also expressed the fear that militants taking advantage of Youm-e-Ashur (10th Muharram) would try to attack NATO supplies besides targeting sensitive areas on border. The NATO supplies including fuel and food will be resumed on 11th of Muharram after two-day closure when Torkham border is opened for transportation and other activities. Though the decision is taken as security step however the provincial capital Peshawar and Khyber Agency areas are still at risk of militant attacks. Containers carrying NATO supplies have been parked at different terminals in these areas. These terminals had been attacked in the past time and again due to lack of security arrangements although the provincial government and FATA administration have directed the contractors to arrange security for the terminals to avoid any untoward incident.