ISLAMABAD Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Tuesday asked the PPP-led Government to make public the evidence relating to Indian involvement in sponsoring terrorism in Pakistan. It is about time that Government makes the available evidence about Indian involvement public without further delay, a senior leader quoted PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif as having said. PML-N sources regretted that the Government seems to be shying away from either taking up the matter with India or with the UN despite the fact that Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani had promised to do so. PML-N sources also called upon the Government to evolve a strategy through the Parliament so that challenges related to tackling the menace of terrorism could be effectively tackled. Although some Federal Ministers including Rehman Malik and Qamar Zaman Kaira have been making statements about the evidence of Indian involvement in sponsoring terrorism in Pakistan, Islamabad has so far failed to take up the matter with New Delhi. Security agencies of Pakistan have gathered sufficient evidence about Indian involvement in Balochistan as well as FATA and parts of NWFP and handed it over to the Government for further action. Security forces have recovered a huge quantity of Indian arms and ammunition from terrorist hideouts in Swat and South Waziristan and have informed the Government for further action.