KARACHI - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Zubair Khan has said the PTI has formulated its strategy to halt the Nato supplies from Karachi.  The PTI has made this decision after consulting with the district office-bearers and the workers across the City. All the arrangements to halt the supplies were underway.
Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club here on Monday, he said the PTI’s various wings, including Youth Wing, Student Wing and Women Wing had been given the task to complete all arrangements to halt the Nato supplies in Karachi.
“On December 18 (tomorrow), a party delegation from Karachi will visit Lahore to call on PTI chairman Imran Khan to consult and finalise the decision of the party. The date of halting the supplies would be announced in a press briefing on return of the delegation. He further informed the PTI will stage protest against the Nato supplies on December 17 (today) at KPC.
Condemning the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami’s Bangladesh leader Abdul Qadir Mullah, he said Qadir proved his loyalty and sacrificed his life for Pakistan. The government of Pakistan should register its protest in this regard instead keeping silence over the issue.