New Delhi/ RS Pura, Nov 04 (ANI): The Pentagon has brought to the attention of the US Congress Pakistan's use of militant groups as proxies. The Pentagon told the US Congress in its latest report 'Progress Towards Security and Stability in Afghanistan'. The report cites the militant attack on the Indian consulate in Herat in Afghanistan in May, which came just ahead of Narendra Modi taking charge as the prime minister. Pentagon also suggested that Pakistan's 'relationships' with militant groups is detrimental to regional stability, especially in neighbouring Afghanistan. Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju while commenting on the pentagon report over Pakistan's proxy war against the country said on Tuesday (November 04) that the nuclear armed neighbour has a policy of state sponsored militancy. Rijiju added that nothing is hidden and everyone is aware about the acts of Pakistan. Security Expert Praful Bakshi said that Pakistan has realised that their army can not confront Indian army. Meanwhile, Lieutenant General Raj Kadyan said that Pakistan has been harbouring a pathological hate for India.