NEW DELHI (INP) - ANP President Asfandyar Wali Khan has presented a grim picture of situation in the country and said India could help it by giving assurances on security of the border. Pakistan cannot withdraw force from its eastern border along India beyond a certain point. We dont have enough forces to fight extremists in Swat, Bajour, Bonair and other places, he said while delivering a lecture on 'Vision for Pakistan in 21st Century at the Jamia Millia Islamia here. If we are satisfied that our eastern borders are safe we can move our forces to fight against inimical elements with full might, Khan said. Asfandyar, whose party is a member of the Pakistans ruling coalition, favoured a regional solution to Af-Pak problems and apprehended that these might otherwise spill over to India. He said invaders crossing Peshawar had always reached Kolkata. If you have to stop Taliban, extremists or al-Qaeda, help us to finish them across the Indus River. Otherwise, Delhi is not a target too far. Talking about situation in his country, Asfandyar Wali said: Even our funerals are not safe. He dismissed the suggestion that Pakistan Army was not targeting groups inimical to India and said it was fighting against Lashker-e-Taiba cadres in Waziristan. He said Pakistan Army Chief General Ashfaq Kiyani is a sincere person who supports peaceful ties with India.