Islamabad, Aug 18: Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday, Aug 18 said it cannot take 'lightly' on Prime Minister Singh's remarks about terror groups in Pakistan plotting fresh attacks on India.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an official function, he said, "If the (Indian) Prime Minister says something like this, we can't take it lightly and if there is such information with (India), share it with the government of Pakistan so that we can pre-empt such an act."
Qureshi said, "Any credible information on terror threats available with India should be shared with Pakistan because the Prime Ministers of the two countries had decided during their meeting in Egypt last month that both sides 'must cooperate with each other' to fight terrorism."
"We have taken serious notice of (Singh's comments) and we want to cooperate with India," Quershi said.
"Pakistan has condemned terrorism at all forums and wants peace and stability in the region and friendly relations with all neighbours," he added.