ISLAMABAD The nexus of Indo-Afghan intelligence agencies is believed to have launched new tactical move to undermine Islamabads post-exit role in Afghanistan by planting their agents in Pakistans war-torn neighbour under the cover of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a breakaway group of Jammat-ud-Dawa. Well-placed Afghan sources informed TheNation on Wednesday that Indian major spy agency RAW in collaboration with powerful Afghan government functionaries associated with former Northern Alliance, has crept its agents in Afghanistan under the cover of LeT members in an effort to malign Pakistans image. The sources further informed that India had also stepped up diplomatic efforts to use its powerful lobby in the US to propagate the active presence of LeT in Afghanistan, which, they believed, was doomed to fail, as LeT had no roots in Afghanistan. New Delhi has been accusing Pakistan of its support to LeT that is also blamed to have been involved in carrying out terrorist actions in Mumbai, India, in 2008. Despite several attempts, neither Pakistans Foreign Office Spokesman nor any senior official from the Interior Ministry was immediately available for comments on these developments. However, some analysts, when asked for their input, supported the informed Afghan sources, saying India had stepped up efforts to establish a link between LeT and Pakistan as part of its grand strategy to malign Pakistan. It is quite absurd to believe that LeT is actively operating inside Afghanistan, a source informed, adding until now it had no roots in Afghanistan. They were of the view that Indian intelligence agencies, as part of their usual tricks, might have infiltrated their agents under LeT cover to further their propaganda against Pakistan.