Toronto, Jun 28: Manmohan Singh made it clear to US President Barack Obama that Pakistan should keep its commitment of not allowing terrorism directed against India to grow on its soil.
PM Manmohan Singh and President Obama met on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit on Sunday, Jun 27.
Foreign Secretary, Nirupama Rao told that PM explained Obama about India's peace initiatives with Pakistan, but made it clear that Islamabad should abide by its commitment of not allowing terrorism directed against India to emanate from its soil.
Manmohan Singh told Obama while peace initiatives had their place; it was for Pakistan to show whether it was serious about using that information to tackle terrorism.
LeT terrorist David Headley also came up for discussion during the meeting, said Rao.
"Both India and the United States have a mutual interest in ensuring that the information coming out of this interrogation is taken seriously by Pakistan with the view to control and eliminate terrorist elements surfacing from its soil, which affects the stability of the region," added Rao.
She said Home Minister P Chidambaram during his trip to Pakistan had told Pakistan that it was New Delhi's hope that Islamabad continues to pay attention to the activities of Saeed.
Rao said during the meting both Manmohan Singh and Obama referred to the strategic partnership between India and US and expressed satisfaction over the current momentum of the relations.