Pakistan's former Army Chief, Retired General Mirza Aslam Baig, says the US is supporting the outlawed Jundullah group to destabilize Iran.
He said that the US is providing training facilities to Jundullah fighters--located in eastern areas of Iran--to create unrest in the area and affect the cordial ties between Iran and its neighbor Pakistan.
Baig added that Iran and Pakistan are under the siege of western conspiracies.
The intelligence agencies of the coalitional forces are very active in Afghanistan and work against the interests of Iran, Pakistan, China and Russia in the region, he said as quoted by Pakistan Daily newspaper.
The former Pakistani official hailed Islamabad's decision to hand over the captured Jundullah members to Iran, saying those working against the interests of Iran and Pakistan should be dealt with iron fist.
Jundullah is a terrorist group, headed by Abdolmalek Rigi, which operates in Iran's Sistan-Baluchistan and Pakistan's Baluchistan.
Last month Pakistan handed over Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek, to Iran.