According to him, there have been several attempts by terrorists from across the border as well as modules within the country to launch terror attacks like 26/11 in India and these have been successfully foiled by the security agencies with better intelligence inputs.
"I can't change Pakistan's attitude. I can only hope that international opinion, Indian pressure and India's refusal to engage Pakistan in a dialogue, will force Pakistan to change its attitude," he said in a TV programme.
He rubbished allegations that Rs 31 crore have been spent on protection of Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving Mumbai attacks terrorist. He was a very important catch, he said.
However, the Minister said, looking at Islamabad's attitude, India has strengthened its security manifold and is now better prepared in comparison to what it was an year ago.