Islamabad: Pakistan on Sunday termed as "presumptuous" India's contention that enough was not being done in the Mumbai attacks case, saying the two countries would understand "each other's challenges and difficulties" only through engagement.
In an interview to PTI, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi pressed for a common approach to deal with terrorism and promised to take action against any handler of 26/11, insisting that Islamabad will not sleep over leads forwarded to it.
As India raises questions over the speed of trial in Pakistan in the 26/11 case, Qureshi said the pace was slow because of "complications" arising from the fact that the crime was committed in a different country and exchange of information was a "cumbersome" process.
He said India and Pakistan should work together to send out a message to terrorists that they cannot "drive a wedge" between the two countries.
First Published: Sunday, June 27, 2010, 18:14