ISLAMABAD - Pakistani investigators are on the trail of colossal funding by the Indian spy agency, RAW, to the militants in tribal areas and all the details in this regard are being compiled in the form of a dossier to be shared with the United States and other friendly countries. Pakistan has been protesting since long against the involvement of India in fomenting the Taliban militancy in the restive tribal areas of the country but New Delhi has always denied which it claims baseless allegations by Islamabad. Pakistani authorities believe that several Indian consulates established in Afghan provinces lying close to the frontier with Pakistan are being used for extending financial support to the militants in the tribal areas of Waziristan, Bajaur, Mohmand, Orakzai as well the settled areas of Swat, Buner, Dir and others. The top security circles in Islamabad have decided to go for the compilation of huge financial support to Pakistani Taliban militants by the Indian spy agency in connivance with the local facilitators in Afghanistan and it will also be shared with major world powers and other friendly states, said a diplomatic source here seeking anonymity. The source said that the investigations into financial support by the Indians to the Taliban militants revealed that it was being extended in such a covert manner with the use of several go-betweens that even in some cases the militants at the receiving end had no idea what was the original source of the money they were being provided with. A huge sum of one million US dollars was traced being provided to the militants in Mohmand Agency last year. The case of Mohmand Agency is only a single case of massive financial support being given to the militants by the foreign spy agencies and there are many such instances out there in the tribal areas, the source added. Eminent Pakistani analyst and former top security official in the tribal areas, Brigadier Mahmood Shah, when contacted on phone said that the militants operating in Pakistani tribal and settled areas had many sources of financial support such as money being extended by the al Qaeda, drugs and charities etc. The militants also had their own taxation system and of course the money provided to them by RAW and other foreign intelligence agencies, Shah said.