Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) has announced a second protest blockage of NATO supplies by staging a two-day sit-in on May 21 and 22 in Karachi. Oil is supplied to NATO forces in Afghanistan from Karachi through tankers.
Imran Khan, who is in Islamabad, has also confirmed the dates for the blockade.
The sit-in is being organised to protest against US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas. A US drone strike in North Waziristan killed at least 15 persons and injured four others on Friday, prompting the protest.
The announcement was made at a rally organised by Imran Khan's party at Regal Chowk in Karachi. PTI chairman Imran Khan will be leading the Karachi sit-in.
During the PTI's first successful blockage of NATO supplies in Peshawar, Khan had vowed that if drone strikes continued inside Pakistan, protesters would block all NATO supply routes across Pakistan.
The participants of Sunday's rally protested against drone strikes, inflation and corruption in the country.
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