New Delhi: India is awaiting a reply from Pakistan on its request to send a team there to question some suspects in the Mumbai terror attack case before it decides on allowing a commission from Islamabad.

Home Minister P Chidamabaram, addressing his monthly press conference, said India had asked Pakistan to allow a team to question some people there suspected to be involved in the 26/11 Mumbai carnage.

"We are awaiting an answer for the question that we have put forth," Chidambaram said, adding that the documentary evidence which Pakistan wanted from India will be provided to them in the next few days.

He said in-principle India has agreed to allow a commission from Pakistan to visit here in connection with the 26/11 investigations.

To a question, he said, "It does not mean one way or the other. We will take a view once we get a final and firm answer."

On Telangana issue, Chidambaram made it clear that he would convene a meeting of parties from Andhra Pradesh only when all of them are "ready" to give their views.

Refusing to give a date for such a meeting, he said, "It is only when all parties are ready to come and give their views then I can call a meeting."

"I can't give a date," he shot back when a questioner asked him if he can set a date for the meeting. The Home Minister said the government is considering the recommendations of the Srikrishna Committee.