Washington, Apr 14: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reiterated that Indo-Pak dialogue will resume only after Pakistan takes 'concrete' action against the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks.
Speaking at a press conference here on Tuesday, Apr 13, after the Nuclear Security Summit, the Prime Minister expressed dissatisfaction over the inaction against the 26/11 terrorists and 'conspirators' such as LeT chief Hafiz Saeed.
He rejected the Pakistan's argument that there was not enough evidence to prosecute the terrorists saying that besides the evidence from India, US too has put forth a lot of details on the Nov 2008 terror attacks that proves that Pakistani elements were involved in the attack that killed over 200.
He stressed that no more evidence needs to be given to Pakistan
Besides this, Dr Singh conveyed India's unhappiness over the way Pakistan has been dealing with terrorism to the US President Barack Obama.