INTERIOR Minister Rehman Malik has said Nato and Afghanistan are not doing enough to stop Taliban militants crossing the border from Afghanistan into Pakistan. In an interview with the BBC on Monday, Rehman Malik blamed the militants coming from Afghanistan for Fridays attack in Mohmand district. The attack, the deadliest in Pakistan this year, killed more than 100 people. Nato Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said militants crossing the border was a matter of concern and a major problem in Afghanistan too. I dont have detailed information about this specific case but I will not rule out the possibility, he told the BBC, when asked how he responded to Rehman Maliks criticism. Rehman disputed the widely-held belief that Pakistani militants are freely heading in the other direction to fight coalition troops. He said he had intelligence information to prove that the attackers had crossed the border from Afghanistan. He said he had demanded that the Afghan government and Nato to stop border infiltration. Kabul and Nato have to take more steps to stop infiltration of Afghan Taliban, he added. As per information of secret agencies, Taliban of Afghanistans Kunhar area are entering into Pakistan and they are also carrying explosives with them, he said, adding that Islamabad had asked the Afghanistan government to close its border especially Kunar area, as Taliban were using it. The international community also has some responsibilities in this regard, he said, urging the international community to help Pakistan in curbing infiltration. To a query, the Minister said that the government was using all resources in war on terror and the battle would continue till Taliban were completely wiped out. He said the government was taking steps against different outfits functioning under various names.