Pakistan ISI attacking Indian road crews in Afghanistan?

Reuters/San Diego Union-Tribune:

The Afghan intelligence agency accused Pakistani agents on Monday of training thousands of militants to attack Indian road projects in Afghanistan.

Afghan officials have accused Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) agency of a string of attacks in recent months straining relations between the neighbours, both allies of the United States.

'Pakistan's ISI are determined to hamper the activities of Indian companies in various parts of Afghanistan,' the National Directorate of Security (NDS) said in a statement,

'The spy agency have some 3,000 terrorists, most of them foreigners, under sabotage training to attack Indian construction projects inside Afghanistan,' it said.

Afghan officials have accused the ISI of being behind a suicide bomb attack on the Indian Embassy that killed 58 people in Kabul this month and an assassination attempt on President Hamid Karzai in April.

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While Pakistan denies the charges the country does have an irrational mentality when it comes to India. I think the real problem is based on the religious bigotry that is prevalent in parts of Pakistan that has existed for centuries. That is what makes the charge credible.

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