Pakistani Parliament have urged a ban on Nato transit convoys in Afganistan by cutting off facilities used by them unless the US ends drone attacks.

The Parliament has demanded an investigation and called for an end of drone attacks along its border region after taking the resolution to condemn U.S.

During the long joint session held to debate U.S operation after Friday's double suicide bombing that killed 80 people in north-western Pakistan, the MPs called for a review of its working agreement with the U.S.

The U.S raid that killed Osama Bin Laden was a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty.

The people of Pakistan will no longer tolerate such actions and repeat of unilateral measures could have dire consequences for peace and security in the region and the world, the AFP news agency quoted the resolution as saying.

It also said more than 30,000 Pakistani civilians and more than 5,000 military personnel had been killed in its fight against terror and the blowback emanating from actions of the NATO/ISAF forces in Afghanistan.

The Pakistani Taliban said they carried out the attack to avenge Bin Laden’s death.

Pakistani leaders have insisted that they had no idea about Bin Laden’s stay in the country.

Lt Gen Ahmed Shujaa Pasha, head of Pakistan's security services, is reported to have told MPs that he had offered to quit after the US Navy Seals raid, but had been turned down by the army chief.