It also demanded that Pakistan must take immediate steps to restore peace and tranquility along the International Border and Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and end its sponsorship of terrorism against it.
    
Reiterating the country's stand that only Shimla Agreement and Lahore Declaration provided the framework to resolve all the issues between India and Pakistan, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said there was no place for a third party intervention.
    
"We are willing for a serious dialogue in this (Shimla Agreement and Lahore Declaration) framework and this dialogue will cover all outstanding issues including issues of Jammu and Kashmir. It seems, from what Pakistan is doing it is not interested in this sort of a dialogue.
    
"The sending of a letter to the UN Secretary General by Pakistan is a well-known tactic and it has not worked earlier it will not work now. The road to a peaceful and cooperative relationship between India and Pakistan runs from Islamabad via Lahore to New Delhi. If you divert that road through New York or elsewhere, it will not serve any purpose... And will be diversionary tactics," he said.
    
He was asked about the letter to UN Sectary General Ban Ki-moon by Adviser to the Pakistan Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz accusing India of "deliberate and unprovoked violations of the ceasefire agreement and cross-border firing" and seeking UN's intervention in this matter.
    
The Spokesperson said India will not accept violence on the border or LoC or continued terrorism against our citizens.
    
"It is up to Pakistan to de-escalate the situation and we feel Pakistan must take immediate steps to restore peace and tranquility along the International Border and LoC in Jammu and Kashmir," he said, adding Indian security forces were capable of facing any kind of situation.
    
He also asked Pakistan to end "its sponsorship of terrorism" against India.

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