Speaking to reporters here, Chidambaram said, "Things would be better if there is a truly civilian government in Pakistan which can rein in the ISI and direct the army and the ISI to move in and dismantle their terror infrastructure."
The Home Minister further said, "Pakistan's friends like the US and UK should persuade it to close terrorist training camps."
"The camps must be closed. Training must come to an end. Certainly we have not been able to persuade Pakistan. It's Pakistan's friends, mutural friends, who would have to bring pressure on Pakistan," Chidambaram said.
"No country is truly safe....Don't think that India alone is under threat. Every country is under threat from these groups and the Lashkar-e-Taiba today is like the Al Qaeda, a multi-country group," he added.