Islamabad, Mar 29 (PTI) Pakistan today handed over a dossier to Afghanistan containing evidence of Afghan-based militant groups’ involvement in attacks on its soil. Also Read - Even Pakistan, Afghanistan Handled Covid-19 Better: Rahul Gandhi Takes a Dig at Govt Over IMF Projections

Foreign Office said in a statement that Pakistan handed over the dossier to the embassy of Afghanistan in Islamabad. Also Read - Afghanistan: 15 Feared Dead as Two Air Force Helicopters Collide in Nawa

“The dossier contains evidence of the involvement of Afghanistan based TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan) in the suicide bombing at a Pakistan Army unit in Swat and the presence of TTP, JuA (Jamaatul Ahrar) and other terrorist groups’ hideouts in Afghan territory,” the Foreign Office said. Also Read - NSA Ajit Doval Holds Talks With Peace Council Chief Abdullah Abdullah For 'Independent' Afghanistan

Pakistan also asked Afghanistan to take effective action against terrorist hideouts from where “they have been financing, planning and undertaking cross border terrorist attacks on Pakistani military posts, cities and towns.” At least 11 security personnel were killed when a suicide bomber targeted them in Kabal area of Swat in early February. Army said that the bomber came from Afghanistan.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.