SWABI The yarn supply from the textile mills of Gadoon Amazai Industrial Estate (GAIE) is expected to resume in the next two days, said the sources here on Saturday. Supporting the strike call of All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma); Gadoon industrialists stopped the yarn supply after the decision of the Ministry of Textile and Industry to impose quotas on export of yarn. The government was forced to review its decision of 35 million kilograms per month yarn exports after the protest and shutter down by yarn manufacturers across the country. Waqar Ahmad Khan, Chairman of Gadoon Textile Mills Association told media that they were poised to resume the yarn supply to the foreign counties very soon. He said that they had made commitments with their international clients and they wanted to meet their demands. We always met the demands of the foreign clients because if we failed they would divert towards India and other countries of the Asian continent, he said. In case of our failure it would be great loss not only to the spinning industry but also to the entire country because our financial position would be weakened. Waqar said that they had been earning foreign exchange and paying taxes to the government but despite that industrialists-cum-politicians devised plan against the spinning industry, he alleged. He maintained that motive behind the government move was to give benefits to some industrialists at the cost of the textile spinning industry but the complete shutter down on Aptma made clear that unjust decision could not be imposed over the business community. He said that the textile spinning industry was biggest in the country as well as NWFP and its harming would not only hit the textile entrepreneurs but thousands workers who had been earning their livelihood with dignity and honour would also be suffered. Meanwhile when officials of the Saif Textile Mills were asked they said that only the one-day supply of their yarn is worth Rs 10 millions and when the supply stopped they faced great difficulties that how that could be tackled. All our stores filled with the cotton yarn, waiting for dispatching. About Rs 30 millions worth yarn of their industry is ready for export to the foreign clients, he said. In Gadoon Estate, the industrialists said only the textile mills had been working round the clock and majority of the remaining units had already closed down. The industrialists said that if the textile industry disturbed it would turn more then 25000 people jobless directly and 15000 indirectly. They said that if these people lost their sources of livelihood there would breakdown of law and order due to involvement of the workers in heinous crimes. Analysts said that the Gadoon Estate was established to provide alternative jobs to the former poppy cultivators of the Gadoon belt and if harming of the Gadoon Estate continued it might force the leaders of the different parties to give a call for the re-cultivation of the poppy.