Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said without full investigation of the Quetta blast it’s hard to say who is behind the attack, reported Waqt News.

While addressing a press conference he said, "We are aware of India having close ties with Pakistan Tehreek e Taliban Afghanistan, a splinter group and National Directorate of Security Afghanistan. That is why we are suspecting them behind the Quetta Attack . Soon it would be investigated and then disclosed.”

Sartaj Aziz said that Taliban splinter group, Jamaatul Ahrar had assistance of Afghanistan intelligence in carrying out suicide blast in Quetta’s Civil Hospital that killed 70 people.

He said that coordination and cooperation between Indian Research and Analysis Wing and Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Service is evident.

Sartaj Aziz said that new guidelines have been chalked out for relations with Afghanistan. He said that the government wants to re-cultivate terms between Afghan and Pakistan’s intelligence agencies.

He denounced the thought that Pakistan was being segregated for standing with China and said that the country wanted good bilateral relations with the United States as well.

He said arrested RAW agent Kulbhushan Yadev is being investigated as he was not alone and was working through an elaborate network.

The Advisor said there is positive progress on the issue of Pakistan's membership for Nuclear Suppliers' Group.

To yet another question, he emphasized the need for practical implementation of understanding between Pakistan and Afghanistan for closer coordination between ISI and NDS.

Briefing newsmen in Islamabad today, Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said Pakistan Foreign Secretary would be writing a letter to his Indian counterpart, in this regard.

To a question, the Advisor said Kashmir would be on top of the agenda of Pakistan during forthcoming session of the UN General Assembly.

Sartaj Aziz said, Pakistan has written to the UN Human Rights Council on human rights violations and the Council has conveyed to India that it wants to send a fact-finding mission to Occupied Kashmir.

About Indian involvement in subversive activities in Pakistan, the Advisor said Pakistan has already shared a dossier on the issue with the world community and UN. He said the dossier would be updated before next UN General Assembly Session.