PESHAWAR  - Chief Minister Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KPK) Pervez Khattak on Tuesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, urging him to convene an All Parties Conference (APC) to discuss the post drone attack situation in the province.

In the letter, the CM has stated that the current situation in the province was worsening day by day after the Hangu incident.

"The people of the KPK are grieved and have sentiments to take revenge,” he added. He said that the drone attack was the violation of sovereignty and time has come to tell the world that we are united and cannot tolerate aggression any more.

He demanded the PM convene APC to discuss the current situation of the country and stop NATO supplies till the result of the conference.

Khattak urged the Prime Minister to make unanimous strategy, adding that representatives from all the four provinces also be invited to make common policy.