Nato supply trucks. — File photo

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Information, Mian Iftikhar Hussain, Wednesday said his party (Awami National Party) would support whatever decisions the federal government takes regarding the resumption of Nato supplies.

Speaking to media representatives here, the provincial minister said the decision taken by the federal government with regard to Nato supplies would be in the best interest of the country, however, he hoped that the recommencement of the supplies would come with certain conditions.

“Those who granted permission for Nato supplies through Pakistan are now making hue and cry,” he added.

Replying to a question regarding the fresh wave of terror attacks, the minister said it was a temporary situation and hoped that the government would soon overcome the crisis.

The minister categorically said that stern action would be taken against “terrorists no matter wherever they are”. The security forces have successfully carried out operations against terrorists in different parts of the province, he said, adding that actions against militants would continue.

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