After having given six dossiers of evidence on the Mumbai terror attacks last November, India on Thursday finally said that the "ball is in Pakistan's court" and that it should take meaningful steps to bring the perpetrators of the attacks to justice.
Also, sources said that India was willing to provide Pakistan with more evidence "as and when" it was available.
India has already given six dossiers carrying "comprehensive" information and evidence regarding the involvement of Pakistan-based individuals in the attacks, sources said.
India has been maintaining that it has given Pakistan enough proof to act including against Jamat-Ud-Dawa chief and Lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Hafiz Saeed, the "mastermind" behind the Mumbai terror attack.
New Delhi views issuance of the Red Corner notice by Interpol against Saeed as "vindication" of its stand.Regarding the statement made by Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi that Islamabad had invited Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao to visit and hold parleys, sources said no decision has been taken yet.