Islamabad: Senior leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Likeminded (PML-LM) have slammed the government for 'selling the country's honour for dollars' by reopening NATO supply routes into Afghanistan.
The party held a meeting to discuss the situation after the government's decision to resume NATO supplies.
According to The Daily Times, the leaders said in a statement that the decision of resumption of NATO supplies was a setback for the government's foreign policy.
They also said that reopening of the supply routes would fuel terrorism in the country.
"If it had to be reopened, why was it blocked," they said in the statement.
According to the report, the PML-LM leaders were of the view that "the US had offered no apology". (ANI)