"In case of India, the international community is aware that state actors have been involved in destabilising and fomenting terrorism in neighbouring countries including Pakistan," said foreign office Spokesman Qazi Khalilullah was quoted as saying.
"Pakistan expects India not to allow use of its soil for hatching conspiracies against Pakistan," added he.
While replying to question about a statement of an Afghan national residing in New Delhi about Balochistan, he said that three dossiers have been given to the UN about Indian involvement in Balochistan and Karchi.
He also accused India of fomenting terrorism by supporting the
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
TTP affiliate gunmen attacked the Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. Over 150 people, mostly school students were killed in the attack.
After the Peshwar attack, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ended a moratorium on the death penalty in terrorism cases.
Executions were not carried out in Pakistan since 2008.