PESHAWAR - Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan said on Sunday that if government did not stop US drone attacks in a month, the PTI workers would block all NATO supply routes across Pakistan and march towards Islamabad. It is our last warning and PTI tigers hold Long March as the next step if government failed in meeting their demands, Imran Khan said this while addressing a mammoth sit-in on the second day here in Bagh-e-Naran Peshawar. Besides other provincial leaders of PTI, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Javed Hashmi, Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid leader Marvi Memon, leader of JUI-F Mufti Kifayatullah, central general secretary of PTI Dr Arif Alvi, information secretary Dr Shirin Mazari, Member National Assembly from Bajaur Agency Akhunzada Chattan and Senator Hamidullah Jan were also present on the occasion. The Nato supplies remained suspended on Sunday for the second day. However at night, an official said the supplies for Nato troops would resume on Monday after the protesters lifted a blockade. Imran said, Today we have conveyed a message to all party leaders and workers that either bring discipline among your ranks or join the PTI to defend the future of this country. He said that corrupt leadership should think and rethink over the situation for the sake of their children and this poor nation. He said there was a clear cut way for the incumbent leadership which was either to lead the nation as per the wishes of the masses or quit and there was not other option for them. Inviting Javed Hashmi, Marvi Memon and Khwaja Mohammad Khan Hoti to join Pakistan Tahrik-e-Insaf, Imran said this was the only way to get rid of the corrupt leadership. He said they were grateful to those party leaders who participated in the historical sit-in against drone attacks. He said PTI was advocating and campaigning for an independent sovereign Pakistan, where the honour and dignity of their sisters and brothers would be safe, that Pakistan which was dreamt by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Muhammad Iqbal. Today we have to deicide our fate. We have to pledge not to allow those who purchase the blood and dignity of our brothers and sisters, PTI chairman said. Imran warned that the problems of the country would not be resolved by begging from others. We have thousand time large natural resources at this God-gifted land, but the only thing which is needed is independence and commitment of the leadership, he added. In his concluding remarks, he requested Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to take notice of his PTI petition which he lodged against drone attacks and killing of innocent persons. He also demanded an enquiry and a permission for human rights organisations to come to Fata to assess weather the killed persons were innocent people or terrorists. He warned the present regime to stop the drone attacks within a month otherwise all was set to halt that by force and then to resort to Long March towards Islamabad. Addressing on the occasion Central leader of PML-N Javed Hashmi demanded of the politicians to bring their foreign assets back to Pakistan otherwise the nation would not forgive them. He humbly requested that he had no power to fight against any one, however it was the voice of the masses and they had to convey that message to all the politicians. Mufti Kifayatullah in his fiery speech said the corrupt leadership begging from foreigners. He announced to wage Jihad against the United States and its allies. He said the brave nation of the country preferred a single day with honour over hundred years of slavery. Pakistan Muslim League-Q leader Marvi Memon said they were making history by fighting for the countrys sovereignty and integrity and they had to adopt a clear cut policy and not politics based on dual standards as it was the need of the hour. She said under the dynamic leadership of Imran Khan the movement against drone attacks would continue. AFP adds: an official said on Sunday that Nato could resume supplying its troops in Afghanistan through key Pakistani route on Monday after protesters against US drone strikes lifted a blockade,. pporters of PTI on Sunday ended a two-day sit-in at a Peshawar road, called to compel the US to end a covert missile campaign against suspected militants in tribal belt. Peshawar ring road has been cleared and re-opened for vehicular traffic, senior local administration official, Muhammad Siraj Khan told AFP. Trucks will only be able to use the route from Monday morning because of security reasons, he added. We want a sovereign Pakistan, Khan said, adding that the American people will hold even bigger demonstrations if they come to know that the innocent civilians are being killed in the drone attacks.