Pakistan Foreign Secretary’s visit to New Delhi holds significance amid the arrest of terrorist Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal involved in the Mumbai attack 26/11 and his sensational revelation. The result of the visit will prove that whether Pakistan is interested in bringing a change in its attitude or not? However, Pak Foreign Secretary is stating that Islamabad will support for New Delhi in fight against terrorism but counting on this will be deceivable for India. The reason behind this is that Pakistan is trying hard to convince India that it has no business with Abu Jundal. Its move is ridiculous as passport recovered from the possession of Jundal is exposing Pakistan. This passport was issued in the name of Riyasat Ali who was instrumental in dispatching Jundal to Saudi Arabia. Now two more Pakistani identity cards and several phone numbers were recovered from his possession that are enough proofs to say that Jundal was under protection of Pakistan and he remained in contact with Lashkar terrorists as well as Pak intelligence agency ISI. How can India repose faith on Pakistan that latter is ready to extend help the former in war against terrorism?

After the arrest of Abu Jundal, Pakistan has started to give strange statement, it shows that the Foreign Secretary level talks will go in vain. There is no point in the move that India is going to handover the dossier to Pakistan. Interestingly, such step was taken after Mumbai attack and everybody is aware that Pakistan took no action against the terrorists who hatched conspiracy for Mumbai mayhem. The court proceedings against Mumbai attackers in Pakistan have stalled due to the unknown reasons. Despite harsh proofs, Pakistan neither terms Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed as terrorist nor accepts any link between the ISI and Lashkar. Clearly, India cannot be satisfied with trivial reasons that they submitted the dossier on Jundal. It’s pre-determined that Pakistan will take negative approach and they will term it as either incomplete or concocted. It would be better that pressure should be built on Pakistan with the help of international organizations. There is no harm in continuing talks with Pakistan but it is necessary not to give leeway to it as far as terrorism is concerned. India has already committed similar mistakes in the past. At least now, India should ensure that terrorism not to be kept out from the agenda while resuming talks with Pakistan.