ISLAMABAD, Sept 6 (KUNA) -- Pakistan Saturday refuted reports that logistic supplies to NATO forces would be suspended from today, revealing that supplies have been restored after being suspended temporarily for security reasons.
"This is totally wrong information. There was no blockade," said Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik talking to reporters here.
However, he said, the supplies were temporarily interrupted after security was beefed up at the Jamrud Road on Friday evening on receiving reports of the abduction of around 20 personnel of Frontier Corps (FC). "After a short lull, the road was reopened and supplies were restored to NATO forces," said the advisor. "I have confirmed with the FC officials as well as Pakistan Army but no one has reported any attack inside Pakistan by ISAF or NATO," he added. (pickup previous) amn.gta KUNA 061511 Sep 08NNNN