The role of a Pakistan High Commission employee in New Delhi has come under the scanner in connection with an espionage racket in which an alleged ISI operative and a serving BSF personnel have been arrested by the Delhi Police.
"We reject allegations against the High Commission and our premier intelligence agency. They are baseless and unfounded. Such allegations leveled against our intelligence agency in the past have proved to be false," he said.
Responding to a query on possible resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue after the Paris meeting between the Prime Ministers of the two countries, he refused to give a definite answer.
"We have to wait and see. Pakistan has always emphasised the need for a sustained and result oriented dialogue to discuss all issues, resolve outstanding disputes including Kashmir and promote bilateral cooperation with India," he said.
Khalilullah said that foreign ministers of China, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran and Afghanistan have confirmed participation in the Heart of Asia conference here next week. He said that the confirmation list is being updated on a daily basis.

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