In a pot calling the kettle black situation, Pakistan national security advisor Nasser Khan Janjua on Friday accused India against creating a “two-front situation” for his country.
NSA Janjua warned India that such a policy would be detrimental for the peace and tranquillity in the region.
"India is self-seeking a two front situation which does not auger well for the region. All major powers of the world need to play their role in keeping the region stable and balanced," he said.
With “two-front situation” Janjua meant increasing militant activities near Afghanistan border and while Indian army on the eastern border.
Pakistan has long been accusing India of supporting militancy in Pakistan through Afghanistan border, a charge India deny.
Janjua’s statement came during his talks with German ambassador Martin Kobler and special representative of Germany for Afghanistan and Pakistan Markus Potzel.
During their talks, Pakistan NSA office said, the two sides discussed regional security issues including increasing tensions in Afghanistan.
Janjua said, Pakistan wanted a political settlement of the Afghanistan issue and peace in the region.
"To end miseries of Afghanistan and its people, warring sides should seek a political solution to the conflict as the perpetual war of last 16 years has given us nothing but human miseries and sufferings," Janjua added.