ISLAMABAD - Another spate of hostility engulfs the already dwindling Pak-Afghan ties following fresh accusations from Afghan side, suggesting Pakistans involvement in Tuesday terrorist attempts just a day after allies envisaged a roadmap for peace in Afghanistan in Bonn Conference. While the seemingly fizzled out yet much hyped about Bonn Conference on Afghanistan proved categorical to underline that peace in the country would stay to be a far cry without Pakistans involvement, two deadly attacks in Afghanistan, one each in Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif, two relatively urbanised cities of Afghanistan, have triggered fray to the traditional topsy-turvy in relationship between the two neighbours. The death toll, according to Afghan interior ministry, has reached up to 60 in consequence of fatal attempts on mourners processions. Pakistan-based notorious terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi was quick to claim responsibility of the Tuesday attacks while Taliban denied having any hand. Instead, in a rare occurrence though, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid condemned the suicide attempts. Afghan govt sees across the border hand in an obvious reference linking Pakistans involvement in this fresh episode of terrorism. The Pakistani security officials and political administration reject these allegations and slam what they term as Afghanistans inability to tighten noose on indigenous militant elements. This is no hidden affair what country the organisations like Lashkar-e-Jhangvi belong to. As our early investigation into the two deadly attacks suggest, its an outfit from across the border that carried out these attacks and we are working on gathering substantial evidence before officially naming any country or organisation, Afghan Interior Ministry Spokesperson Siddique Siddiqui told The Nation. To a query, the spokesperson said, Its not them. Taliban are always vocal in claiming credit for any bloodshed they unleash on innocent people. Its somebody else based elsewhere and not in Afghanistan for sure, he said referring to Pakistan. Political Agent Khyber Agency Muttahir Zeb took on the Afghan security set-up on a tough note. Their failures in Afghanistan are unending but Pakistan does not have to be the scapegoat always. He ruled out the possibility of militants movement from Pakistan to Afghanistan citing foolproof security arrangements in recent days. How could any miscreant from Pakistan sneak into Afghanistan and kill people when we had literally sealed the Pak-Afghan border and minimised any kind of movement ahead of Ashura? Zeb said the military troops, levies force, tribal militias and paramilitary forces had kept round-the-clock vigil at Landikotal, Miranshah, Jamrod, Torkham and all the connecting points to Afghanistan, apart from the remaining Fata. Even then if they accuse us, its actually them who have not played their part. This must be some home-grown terrorist outfit that brought havoc there. Terming the couple of suicide attempts in Afghanistan as inhuman and highly regrettable, the political agent asked Afghanistan not to use Pakistan as Punching bag for its own failures. Secretary Law and Order Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Captain (r) Tariq Hayat Khan said, We are as much concerned about any kind of security lapse in Pakistan as they (Afghan authorities) are about their country. However, unlike us, if they failed to ensure peace, they better stay away from blame game. The borderlands were under constant surveillance and theres no question of cross-border militant movement. Khan said the Fata Secretariat did not receive an official word from Afghan authorities regarding Pakistans involvement. We will give a befitting official response once we receive their accusations. Balkh Govt Spokesperson Sher Jan Durrani said some 12 persons are nabbed in connection with the Mazar-e-Sharif and Kabul suicide attack. The Afghan Interior Ministry led-Afghan National Police (ANP), National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Balkh government were conducting a joint probe to ascertain the involvement of any militant group, he told this scribe. Though Lashkar-e-Jhangvi has accepted responsibility, were looking into every related aspect. Earlier on Monday, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, on the sidelines of Bonn Conference on Afghanistan held in Germany, had accused Pakistan for having kept terrorist save havens asking it to take action. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Tuesdays attacks marked the first time in the 10-year war that major Shiite religious processions were targeted, infusing the Afghan conflict with a new danger of sectarian strife.