LONDON (Agencies) Pakistans intelligence agency has blocked a UK offer of military aid for flood victims amid a row that is threatening to overshadow Deputy Prime Minister Nick Cleggs visit to the country on Wednesday (today), The Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday. The newspaper has learnt that as part of the continuing spat over the Prime Ministers remarks, Pakistans intelligence agency has blocked an offer of British military aid for millions of flood victims. RAF planes have flown emergency aid supplies into Pakistan, but sources in Islamabad and London have confirmed that the intelligence agency has blocked any role for British forces on the ground in the country. The British Ministry of Defence offered to send teams to help distribute aid to the 17 million people affected by weeks of monsoon rains. It is understood the offer included logistics support and medical personnel. Sources said the UK had made an open-ended offer of assistance. Visiting India in July, Cameron suggested that Pakistan has a tendency to look both ways on the promotion of terrorism in countries including Afghanistan and India. The remarks outraged the Pakistani military establishment and a diplomatic source confirmed that Pakistan had refused any involvement by the British military. Britain is hopping mad about it and hopes the aid will still be accepted but at the moment neither side can talk about it as it is deeply embarrassing for both, the person said. A Pakistani intelligence source said the offer has been declined because of Camerons statement in India and apparent support for India against Pakistan interests. The person said: Pakistan has refused the assistance offered by the British administration and its a ... way to send a message to the international community that if you are a friend of my enemy then you are also my enemy. A British government spokesman confirmed there has been no specific offer, or request from the government of Pakistan, to put UK troops on the ground in the disaster zone. He added: However, the MOD, at DFIDs request, has provided air support using both C17, the RAFs largest transport aircraft, and C130 Hercules planes to bring in essential items such as tents and shelter kits. To date the RAF has flown in five plane loads of essential aid from both DFID and UN stores.