Islamabad, Nov 3: Pakistan Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira has said that Islamabad has found 'concrete evidence' regarding New Delhi's role in fanning insurgency in South Waziristan, where the military is engaged in an intense battle with the Taliban.
Addressing a joint press conference with Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major Athar Abbas, Kaira said Islamabad would soon discuss the issue with New Delhi.
Kaira said Pakistan wants to resolve all the pending issues with India through peace talks, which should resume as soon as possible.
Interacting with media persons, Abbas said troops have recovered large quantities of Indian arms and ammunition, literature, medical equipments and medicines from Sherwangi near Kaniguram during search and combing operations.
"The Foreign Office has been informed of the discoveries and the matter would be taken up through diplomatic channels with the Indian authorities," The Daily Times quoted Abbas, as saying.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's clarifications that there was not sufficient evidence to prove India's involvement in terror activities inside Pakistan's territory.