External Affairs Minister S M Krishna said dismantling of terror infrastructure in Pakistan would make a 'good case' for India to resume dialogue with the neighbouring country.
Dismantling of terror infrastructure in Pakistan would make a 'good case' for India to resume dialogue with the neighbouring country and Islamabad should give top priority to it, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Friday said.
"Terror has no borders and we have seen how sometimes it backfires. That is what is happening in Pakistan," Krishna told reporters while referring to the recent blasts in Lahore.
On resumption of India-Pak dialogue, Krishna said it depends how Islamabad responded to New Delhi's concerns on the terror infrastructure in that country.
"It is in the interest of Pakistan if it also gives top priority to elimination of terror infrastructure built on Pakistan soil. If that is done it makes out a good case (for resumption of talks)," Krishna, who was on his first visit to the city after assuming charge, said.
"We are impressing upon them to make sincere efforts in this regard," he said.