ISLAMABAD: The interior secretaries of India and Pakistan were holding talks in Islamabad on Thursday, DawnNews reported.
The talks, scheduled to last for a period of two days, started today.
The Pakistani delegation for the talks is being led by Interior Secretary Siddique Akbar Khwaja whereas the Indian delegation is being led by India’s interior secretary R K Singh.
Speaking to media representatives before the talks began, Singh said that India was not satisfied with Pakistan's investigations into the Mumbai attack.
Singh said the judicial proceedings going on in Pakistan pertaining to the Mumbai attack were very slow.
The Indian interior secretary moreover said that “a number of suspects were never arrested”.
Thursday’s talks were expected to focus on cooperation between the two countries on issues pertaining to security and drug trafficking.
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