KABUL (Reuters/AFP) - The US has pursued a contradictory policy with regard to the Afghan war by ignoring Pakistans role in the insurgency, the Afghan government said on Tuesday, following the leak of US military documents. The classified documents released by the organisation, WikiLeaks, show current and former members of Pakistans spy agency were actively collaborating with the Taliban in plotting attacks in Afghanistan. On Tuesday, in its first reaction to the leak, Afghanistans National Security Council said the US had failed to attack the patrons and supporters of the Taliban hiding in Pakistan throughout the nine-year conflict. It further said the documents showed Afghanistans Western allies had an incoherent approach to fighting a Taliban insurgency. With regret ... our allies did not show necessary attention about the external support for the international terrorists ... for the regional stability and global security, the Council said in a statement. The National Security Council did not name Pakistan, but said use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy was a dangerous gamble and had to be stopped. Having a contradictory and vague policy against the forces who use terrorism as a tool for interference and sabotage against others, have had devastating results, it said. Rangeen Dadfar Spanta, President Hamid Karzais National Security Advisor, called on the West to review policy towards Pakistan after the leak of Pentagon documents, adding that information contained in documents backed Kabuls long-held position. Its not justifiable for Afghans to see a country given $11b in reconstruction aid and to support its security forces, and then see those same forces training terrorists, said Spanta, calling on US and Nato troops to deal with insurgents before they infiltrated Afghanistan from their sanctuaries in Pakistan.