By Indo Asian News Service
New Delhi, Nov 17 (IANS) Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf Saturday warned India against trying to create an anti−Islamabad Afghanistan and underlined that both India and Pakistan "should stop proxy war" in the violence−torn country.
"Afghanistan is Pakistan's western frontier. It's our sensitivity," Musharraf said at the Hindustan Times summit.
He, however, sought to dispel the widely−held notion that Pakistan regarded Afghanistan as its strategic depth.
"We (Pakistan) need to install a Pakistan−dominated government in Kabul. Afghanistan's army, military and government are dominated by Panjshiris," he said.
Musharraf accused the then Soviet Union, India and Afghanistan for colluding for decades to create instability in Afghanistan and to create greater Balochistan.
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