OUR STAFF REPORTER SADIQABAD -The lawyers fraternity of Rahim Yar Khan boycotted court proceedings and took out a protest rally against the killings of innocent people and solders in the cross-border Nato air strikes in Pakistan. In the wake of 26 soldiers killing in the Saturdays Nato attack on Pakistani check-post in Mehmund Agency, hundreds of District Bar Association members took out the rally and chanted slogans against the allied forces aggression against Pakistan. The participants also passed a unanimous resolution and demanded the government should permanently close down Nato forces supply routes. Addressing the rally, DBA President Hassan Nawaz and General Secretary Imran Maqsood praised the government for suspending Nato supplies, terming it a courageous step. They also said, If the government restores Nato supply routs, the lawyers community in collaboration with civil society will launch a violent movement and the government will not be able to take such measures in the future. They added that the rulers had jeopardised the national security by implementing US policies in the country in a bid to prolong their rule. Everyday drone attacks and air strikes by the US and Nato forces are intolerable, they said. However, the US-led Nato force in Afghanistan admitted it was highly likely that the forces aircraft caused the deaths before dawn on Saturday. The US commander in Afghanistan has promised a full investigation and sent his condolences over the troops killing. Nato troops frequently carry out operations against Taliban insurgents close to the border with Pakistan, which in many places is unmarked, although the extent to which those operations are coordinated with Pakistan is unclear. Key questions remain unanswered about what exactly happened in Mohmand district, just hours after General John Allen, the US commander in Afghanistan, discussed coordination with Pakistans army chief General Ashfaq Kayani. The government said the attacks were a grave infringement of sovereignty, a serious transgression of the oft-conveyed red lines. Pakistan had swiftly sealed its border with Afghanistan to Nato supplies - holding up convoys at the Torkham and Chaman crossings on the main overland US supply line into landlocked Afghanistan from the Arabian Sea port of Karachi. Moreover, an extraordinary meeting of cabinet ministers and military chiefs ordered the United States to leave the Shamsi air base within 15 days, despite reports that American personnel had already left. It also said the government would undertake a complete review of all programmes, activities and cooperative arrangements with US/Nato/ISAF, including diplomatic, political, military and intelligence. Woman killed in road mishap: A woman was killed on the spot while two other including a woman seriously injured when a trailer hit a bike near Chak Chattha, on Gujranwala Road, 5-km from here on Monday. According to Rescue 1122, Ghulam Ali along with Nusrat Bibi and Zohra Bibi were on way to the city when a trailer hit the bike. Resultantly, Zohra Bibi died on the spot while Ghulam Ali and Nusrat Bibi seriously injured and were shifted to hospital in critical condition. The police have registered a case against the driver.