New Delhi, Dec 20: Pakistan has claimed that India was not fulfilling its commitment made in the Sharm-el Sheikh joint statement.
Speaking to a TV news channel, Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik said, "The agreement that we made in Sharm-al-Sheikh is yet to be implemented."
Referring to the agreement between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his counterpart Yusuf Raza Gilani in Sharm-el Sheikh, Malik said, "something that we agreed on, has not been acted upon."
He pointed that Pakistan was not slow in taking action against those behind the Mumbai attacks.
He further said that his country was "looking for credible actionable evidence to ensure that the case is fool-proof."
When asked if the two countries were not communicating with each other, Malik said, "My worry is that by not talking to each other, we are strengthening the forces which don't want the two countries to make any progress."
Commenting on the present status of the relations between the two sides, Malik said, "We are at a stage when we are not talking to each other. There is no diplomatic exchange and there is no dialogue."