No deadline for Pak yet: Pranab

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Calling for demolition of terror camps operating on Pakistani soil, India today reminded the neighbouring country of its commitment to not allow terrorist activities, but said no ultimatum has been given to Islamabad to act.

Stating that Pakistan had made a commitment that it would not allow its territory to be used for terrorist activities, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee asked Islamabad to take steps and demolish terrorist camps there.
Denying any ultimatum being set for Pakistan to act, he said, “There is no question of any ultimatum. Nobody has set any deadline.” Asserting that India would share whatever information Pakistan required once investigations were over, Mukherjee said Islamabad should admit that the terrorists involved in the Mumbai terrorist attack came from there. “If all these things are done, then there is no problem at all,” he said.
“Not once, but twice Pakistan had made a commitment - first it was Musharraf and now its President Zardari. But where is the action against terrorists?” Mukherjee asked. The Minister further said evidence and names have been given to Pakistan not once but ten times. Islamabad had earlier accepted that the perpetrators of Mumbai attack emanated from there. But now they are contradicting it,” he added