Islamabad, Dec.9 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has claimed that security forces have nabbed four trucks laden with Indian arms and ammunitions from Islamabad.
Interacting with media persons outside the Parliament house, Malik said Pakistan is not levelling charges against India about its involvement in terror activities in the country without any evidence, which has already been handed over to the Foreign Office.
"Pakistan has "solid evidence" about India's involvement in fomenting unrest in Pakistan and the evidences have been provided to foreign office to take it up with New Delhi," Malik said.
Malik's claims comes days after he had claimed that security personnel have captured truck loads of Indian arms and ammunition in the Bara region of North West Frontier Province (NWFP).
"Security forces have seized trucks from Bara (NWFP) with Indian branded ammunition," Malik had said.
Malik said Pakistan government does not believe in levelling allegations without any evidence, and added that it was evident that extremists in the country were getting ammunition from Afghanistan. (ANI)