NEW DELHI (AFP) Indias defence minister cautioned the United States on Friday against military supplies to Pakistan, saying the hardware could be diverted to target India. The warning came after the US in March said it would deliver unarmed drones to Pakistan and less than a month after it unveiled plans to transfer 600 million dollars to Islamabad to pay for anti-militant operations. AK Antony told reporters in New Delhi that Indias concerns had been conveyed to Washington. Even though the US is giving equipment to Pakistan to fight against the Taliban, we feel there is every possibility of (Pakistan) diverting most of them to the Indian borders, Antony said. We have already conveyed our concerns about transfer of equipment to Pakistan. We told the US that they have to be careful about that, the Indian defence minister added. Pakistan, Washingtons frontline ally in its battle against militancy, has domestically produced surveillance drones but it told the US in March that it wanted sophisticated US-made aircraft. The Pentagon soon said it would deliver within a year around a dozen unarmed drones to Islamabad to aid its fight against Al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Pakistan. Last month-end, the United States also said some 600 million dollars would be paid to Pakistan to reimburse it for the operations over the past year against extremists.