Government sources were quoted by NDTV as saying that India will not call off next week's talks with Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz. Inspite of Aziz’s meet with Kashmiri separatist leaders in Delhi, to provoke India. Although not elaborated, they reportedly said that India "has a surprise for Pakistan in the talks".
Ajit Doval, National Security Advisor, is to hold conference with Mr Aziz on Sunday for an agenda targeting to counter terror. According to sources, India is clear about its intolerance towards Pakistan’s attempts to deflect attention from the attacks of terrorists that are being trained from within Pak’s border towards India.
Pakistan firing from across Jammu and Kashmir border, Punjab terror attacks and Udhampur attacks prove that "Pakistan is not serious, but we need to raise terrorism with them who else do we talk to?" said the highly-placed sources, NDTV reported.
India called off talks last July as Pakistan consulted Kashmiri separatists before a meeting of Foreign Secretaries. At an unexpected meeting between Narendra Modi, Prime Minister and Nawaz Sharif, Pakistani premier, in July in Ufa a thaw was managed as both agreed upon resuming dialogue.
Government sources said, "Talks and terror cannot go hand in hand, but talks on terror is a must.”