The evidence of Indian arms, bombs and medicines being found in South Waziristan, where the Pakistani army is battling the Taliban, was yet to be handed over to New Delhi, a foreign office spokesman said late Tuesday.
Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit Khan said there exist evidences in South Waziristan Agency (SWA), which speak volumes of Indian involvement in prevailing uprising and insurgency in agency, Geo News reported.
He told Geo News that the evidences found against India in South Waziristan included Indian arms, bombs and Indian medicines.
Khan said that the evidences were being investigated.
"We have yet to entrust proofs to Indian government," he added.
New Delhi Tuesday refuted Islamabad's accusation that it was instigating trouble in the neighbouring country and rejected any connection with its internal developments.
"We have absolutely nothing to do with whatever is happening in Balochistan or whatever is happening within Pakistan. I think it is their own making," External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said.
Pakistan's military spokesperson Athar Abbas Tuesday claimed that Islamabad has enough evidence to substantiate that India was funding terror in South Waziristan.
He alleged that Pakistani security forces had seized Indian-made arms and equipment from the Taliban bastion of South Waziristan and added that Islamabad would soon raise the issue through diplomatic channels.