Islamabad, Apr.24 (ANI): Pakistan has tabled 'documentary proof' against India Afghanistan in the Senate, which supports its claims that the two countries are involved in the on-going unrest in Balochistan.
The documents stated that New Delhi was providing tactical support and was funding and training Pakistani terror groups.
According to the Daily Times, Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik, while tabling the documents in the house said that some of the militants who were arrested from Balochistan had also admitted 'on-camera' to being trained in Afghanistan on India's behalf.
Malik used a used a multimedia system to show images of terrorists arrested from Balochistan and other areas.
He also presented documents to prove the nationality of the Baloch leaders who were killed recently.
"One of the three leaders, Ghulam Muhammad, was wanted by Tehran, while another, Sher Baloch, was an Iranian national," Malik said while tabling the documents.
However, Senators said there was nothing new in the claims.
One of the Senator said that he was already aware of all anti-Pakistan conspiracies hatched by India and some other neighbouring countries.
Earlier, Malik had told Senate members that India is backing the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) to cause disturbance and ignite insurgency in the region.
"Militant organisation raised by Russia during the Afghan war is now being backed by India," Malik had said. (ANI)