Islamabad, Nov.4 (ANI): While the Pakistan government has been claiming that is has found enough evidence regarding India's involvement in terror activities inside its territory, Foreign Office spokesperson Abdul Basit has said Islamabad is yet to hand over that evidence to New Delhi.
"We have yet to entrust proofs to Indian government," Basit said.
Basit reiterated that a large quantity of Indian made arms and ammunitions were recovered during search and combing operations in South Waziristan, where the Army is engaged in an intense battle with the Taliban.
"There exist evidences in South Waziristan, which speak volumes of Indian involvement in prevailing uprising and insurgency in the agency," The Nation quoted Basit, as saying.
It is pertinent to mention here that during a joint press conference with the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major Athar Abbas on Tuesday, Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira had said that Islamabad has found 'concrete evidence' regarding New Delhi's role in fanning insurgency in South Waziristan, the Taliban's stronghold.
India subsequently raised strong objections to Kaira's remarks, with External Affairs Minister S.M Krishna saying that New Delhi has nothing to do with Pakistan's internal matters.
"We have absolutely nothing to do with whatever is happening in Balochistan or whatever is happening within Pakistan. I think it s their own making," Krishna had said. (ANI)