New Delhi, Feb 20: In a bid to isolate Pakistan diplomatically, India has decided not to hand over dossiers to Pakistan as the neighbouring country has never been acting on the previous dossiers.
The decision was taken in a meeting held in the Home Ministry where Indian Ambassador to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and other top officials of MHA, including Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba.
"India has been giving evidences of the involvement of ISI-supported terror organisations, hiding in Pakistan and with ISI active support, they are executing subversive activities in India. Pakistan has never acted against these terror mongers", senior Home Ministry officials said.
'India, not only handed over evidences of Pathankot attack in 2016 but also gave the Pakistan Investigation agencies, a limited access to Pathankot air base, but the result is nothing,' a senior government functionary said.
Pakistan knows where the perpetrators of Pulwama attack are hiding in the country and now its on the neighbouring country to act against them. India will not hand over the dossiers to Pakistan, a senior official commented.
The Indian Ambassador was called from Islamabad soon after the Pulwama attack on February 14 which martyred 40 unarmed CRPF jawans. The future course of action on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor was also discussed in the meeting. (UNI)