New Delhi, Sep 16 (ANI): The Indian Government has reportedly said that unless Pakistan takes, some sort of action against the 26/11 accused, the possibility of a resumption of dialogue is remote.
According to sources, India has provided enough evidence to Pakistan regarding the perpetrators of 26/11 attacks and the need is for Pakistan to act, and then only the dialogue between both the countries can be held.
Pakistan has said that it needs more time to verify the information provided by India.
New Delhi's statement has particularly hardened after Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari said Saeed was not a major factor for resumption of formal talks between the two countries.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Quresdhi has also said that he is not expecting any major breakthrough in his upcoming meeting with his Indian counterpart S M Krishna in New York on the sidelines of the 64th session of the UN General Assembly.
India's mindset is evident. I am not too optimistic and I do not think any major breakthrough is possible, Qureshi said.
Speaking to reporters in Multan in Pakistan Qureshi said : "I have already said that we want the situation to take a turn for the better. But we should not be too optimistic as there are lots of challenges." (ANI)