A Pakistani media report on Tuesday said that the country has presented a "dossier" to top US officials giving "vital evidence" of India's alleged involvement in and support towards militancy in many of the country's regions plagued with terrorism.
The details of how India was allegedly stoking and maintaining terrorism in the troubled regions of Pakistan was discussed during a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee of Defence, which was presided over by Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed on Monday, Pakistani paper The Express Tribune reported.
The country's army Chief General Raheel Sharif handed over to the United States military and intelligence the "vital evidence" against India during his recent visit to the US, the report stated.
The revelation came hours after the massive fanfare and pomp surrounding the 66th Republic Day of India, which featured the widely-talked-about and high profile visit of the US President Barack Obama to New Delhi.
The report said that Senator Mushahid had confirmed that Pakistani defence officials had informed the Senate panel that India was conspiring against Pakistan using Afghan soil. The paper also exclusively cited a committee member as saying that Washington had assured Islamabad that fugitive commander of Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Mullah Fazlullah would be "eliminated".
This also comes weeks after Pakistani media reported that PM Nawaz Sharf was to take up "India's subversive activities across Pakistan" during talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry who was in the country for a two day visit starting 13 January.
The Dawn newspaper had reported at that time that the talks between Kerry and Sharif would entail sharing "evidence" of India's involvement in "terrorism" activities across Pakistan.
"The evidence is alleged to credibly identify financial support, training and provision of weapons to militants," the newspaper said at that time.