National Security Adviser (NSA) Dr Moeed Yusuf Friday said Afghan leadership lacked sincere intention to contain the use of its soil against Pakistan damaging peace and security of the region. The NSA gave a clear response to the accusations, leveled by a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) news anchor questioning the country’s role in Afghan peace process and allegations raised by the Awami National Party Leader Affrasiab Khattak blaming Pakistani government for chaos in Afghanistan. Dr Moeed refused to respond to Khattak’s accusations flagged by the BBC anchor and emphasised that Pakistan only stood for peace and that’s why had fenced its entire border with Afghanistan and called the Afghan government to place a biometric system for controlled mobility between the two countries which the latter refused. He said it was the Afghan government who not only opposed border fencing initiative and also Pakistan’s proposal for proper visa regime. “If you are to level an allegation then it should be logical one as the regions falling to Taliban were on the other side of Afghanistan, how Pakistan can assist that debacle,” he maintained. The NSA said, “If there was anybody Pakistan wanted to cross to the other side then was that Pakistan or Afghanistan who would have to be eager to ensure fencing along the Pak-Afghan international border.” He noted that there were serious questions on the intentions of the other side that needed to be looked into a clear review of the situation.