Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik [ Images ] has urged the international community to stop India's [ Images ] increasing interference in Afghanistan and Pakistan to establish peace in the region.
Interacting with media persons outside Parliament in Islamabad [ Images ], Malik said the world must take notice of New Delhi's [ Images ] growing intervention in Afghanistan and Pakistan and ask it stop meddling with issues concerning the two troubled nations.
'India is increasing its intervention in Pakistan through Afghanistan. Pakistan-Afghanistan border must be sealed and international community must help stop Indian intervention,' The News quoted Malik, as saying.
He said even though Islamabad has been often referred to as a close ally by world powers, it has gained nothing by assisting the foreign countries in their struggle.
'We gained nothing from playing close-ally role in the war on terror. After Afghanistan-Russian war, we received millions of Afghan refugees still staying in the country. After 9/11, we got suicide attacks in our country,' he said.