KARACHI - Binoria seminary chief cleric Muhammad Naeem on Monday condemned the Parliamentary Committee on National Security’s proposal to restore the NATO supply routes into Afghanistan, asserting that Islam does not allow such a support for infidels. Naeem alleged that member parties of the PCNS recommended reopening of the NATO supply line after they were promised American support in the next general elections. He warned that the nation would not tolerate suspension of the Nato supply route blockade by the government. The cleric also questioned how did opponents of the NATO supplies reinstatement changed their stance overnight. The government had outsourced the responsibility for evolving a policy-decision on the matter to the PCNS, after NATO fighter jets pounded two military outposts inside Pakistan’s territory that killed as many as 23 soldiers. 195-kg hashish seized: Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) on Monday claimed that it seized a huge quantity of Hashish from a truck and also arrested two drug traffickers near Gwadar. According to statement, PCG officials received credible information from intelligence resources about the smuggling of narcotics from Coastal Highway near Shahjehan check-post at Nalient.  During checking, the PCG officials spotted a suspicious truck loaded with scrap. On checking of truck, the PCG officials recovered around 195 kilograms fine quality of Hashish. The hashish was hidden under the scrap, PCG said value of the hashish in the market is Rs30,00,000. Driver and a helper were taken into custody along with their vehicle.Further investigation is underway by the PCG Special Investigation Team.