External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said on Friday Pakistan "spoiled the talks" by talking to Hurriyat leaders just ahead of foreign secretaries of the two nations were scheduled to meet in Islamabad last month.
"New (Narendra Modi) government has given a new signal. So they (Pakistan) spoiled the talks, they spoiled the game," Swaraj told Indian reporters here after her meeting with the IBSA foreign ministers on the sidelines of the ongoing UN General Assembly session.
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Swaraj added she has not talked to Aziz yet but the two were present for the Commonwealth and Saarc foreign ministers' meetings on Thursday.
Swaraj had last met Aziz on September 12 at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit in Dushanbe where the two had exchanged pleasantries during a break at the summit.
"When you are sitting at the same dinner table you have some civilities. We exchanged pleasantries," she said of her meeting in the Tajik capital.
Ahead of participating in the Saarc meeting, Aziz told a group of Indian reporters that an India-Pakistan talks can happen only if New Delhi takes the initiative.
He said there is no possibility of a meeting between Modi and Sharif.
On being asked that India was upset over Pakistani envoy Abdul Basit's talks with Hurriyat leaders, Aziz said "it was an over-reaction by India".
"Hurriyat talks were nothing new. (Pakistan officials) have been meeting Hurriyat leaders since last 20 years. There will be no initiative from our side. Initiative has to come from India."
On India having concerns over ceasefire violations at the border, Aziz said there were not any violations by Pakistan.