The supply of fuel and other prerequisites necessary for ISAF and NATO forces to carry on combat against Taliban militants in Afghanistan through routes that lie on Pak-Afghan border stood closed for 5th day at a stretch. Meanwhile, All Pakistan Oil Tankers Association (APOTA) have vowed expanding the blockade of international forces supply-lines unless the avenge of the killings of 24 Pakistan military troops who were brutally murdered in Natos cross-border airstrike on Pakistans outposts last weekend. By the time, the mercury of protests against the Nato killings has been rising all over Pakistan as APOTA staged protest against the killing of Pakistani troops by keeping G.T Road blocked for many hours in Peshawar earlier on Tuesday. The blockade of oil supply to international forces fighting in Afghanistan will continue until the revenge of the deaths of Pakistani soldiers is taken, they threatened. Assistant Commissioner Chaman has assured of special security arrangements for containers and tankers parked at Chaman Terminal. Meanwhile, Natos vehicles parked near Pak-Afghan border 'Torkham have been repatriate to Afghanistan.