NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday ruled out any hot pursuit on 'terrorists' in Pakistan on the pattern of Israeli air attacks. "So that incident or that event, (Israeli air strikes) we cannot draw any lessons for the way we deal with Pakistan," the Indian Home Minister said when asked whether New Delhi has drawn lessons from Israeli airstrikes. Addressing a Press conference here, he said India had strongly criticised the Israeli strikes and asked it to stop those attacks on Palestinians. This position has also been made clear by Ministry of External Affairs, he said. When asked about the investigation into the Mumbai terror strikes, he said, "Investigations are progressing on the right track." He enumerated different steps being taken by the government to counter challenge of terrorism. He said the National Investigation Agency headed by a director general will be on the ground on Thursday. It has been set up to investigate terrorist offences in the country. Twenty counter-insurgency and anti-terrorism schools will be set up to impart terror-related training besides making a new and mutually beneficial arrangement under which all intelligence agencies share intelligence on a real time basis. The Cabinet will be asked to give approval to establish hubs of National Security Guards in four cities initially, he said and added 20,000 bullet proof jackets for central para-military forces will be procured. The Minister announced to appoint a senior officer as his internal security adviser. To another question, he denied any aerial terror threat to Indian aircraft-carrier INS Viraat which is currently docked in Kochi for a midlife refit. "In our assessment, there is no real threat to INS Viraat. If there is a threat, certainly navy and everybody will be alerted in this regard," he added. He said Pakistan was in 'denial' over the Mumbai attacks and refusing to acknowledge evidence linking the gunmen who carried out the assault with elements in Pakistan. "If anyone is in a state of denial, anything that we give will be denied," he told reporters. The minister said the Pakistani father of the sole surviving gunman had confirmed to Pakistan television that his son was involved. "If that is not evidence then what is?" Chidambaram said. Meanwhi.le, Anand Sharma, Indian Minister of State for External Affairs, said India does not want any military action against Pakistan in the wake of Mumbai terror attacks. Talking to newsmen in Chandigarh on Wednesday, the Minister asked Pakistan to take effective step to bring those responsible for attacks to justice. India does not want any military action against Pakistan, he said Adding, "firm diplomatic initiatives have given results." Responding to questions on the issue of military action, he said, "We are a mature democracy. We are talking of individuals and organisations based in Pakistan." Sharma said the UN Security Council has adopted a unanimous resolution against terrorism. He ruled out the fixing of any timeframe for Pakistan to take action against terrorists. Under the international law it is obligatory for Pakistan to take action as India is having overwhelming evidence on it, Sharma said. It was in the interest of Pakistan to take effective action for its stability, he said. He said the relations between the two countries are at the lowest ebb.