In a recent interview to an Indian magazine, Pakistan President
said that the intelligence agencies of the two nations were “operating against each other” and should agree “to stop interference in each other's internal affairs.” Many analysts concluded this to mean that Musharraf had once against conceded that his intelligence agencies is working against India and is interfering with internal issues in India.
However, Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson deflected questions and analysis on this statement saying that Musharraf was philosophically talking about a “mindset” and not accepting responsibility. Pakistan denies that its intelligence agencies are behind terrorist events in India and characterizes Indian accusations to the contrary as “knee-jerk reactions” and “baseless allegations.”
Pakistan was India to “share evidence with us like other members of the international community,” it “would be ready to co-operate with India as well.” The spokesperson quickly pointed out that this is not a proposal for regular interaction between Intelligence agencies of both countries.