Dabolim (Goa), February 19: India today said there was “nothing wrong” in holding Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan though terrorist camps along the borders in that country were “still active”.
“It is a considered decision of the government to have Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan. There is nothing wrong in that. Everything will now depend on the outcome of the talks,” Defence Minister A K Antony told reporters here when asked why talks were being held with Pakistan when it had not stopped aiding terrorists targeting India.
To a question about what will be the outcome of the talks, he said, “What will be the outcome, I can’t say. I am not an astrologer.”
Antony said, “All the 32 (terrorist camps in Pakistan) near their border are active even now.
“This year, the number of infiltration attempts has also gone up.