Pakistan, once again, reminded India on Monday of the agreement at Sharm-el-Sheikh to share “actionable” intelligence to prevent future terrorist attacks, and urged the re-activation of the joint anti-terror mechanism and composite dialogue for “pragmatic co-operation” in dealing with terrorism.
The reminder came after remarks by Home Minister P. Chidambaram about the two Pakistan-based groups, Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, planning possible terror strikes against India.
“We have repeatedly requested the Indian government to share with us, whatever information it has in this regard,” Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said. “Sharing of real time, credible and actionable information on any future terrorist threats was deemed essential by the Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India at the Sharm-el-Sheikh summit.”
Pakistan also flagged that, at the summit, the Prime Ministers had “affirmed their resolve to fight terrorism and cooperate with each other to this end.”