NEW DELHI (Agencies) - US Central Intelligence Agency chief Leon Panetta made a stopover in New Delhi to discuss security threats in the South Asian region after visiting Pakistan, a report said Saturday. Panetta came from Islamabad where he held talks with Pakistani leaders in the wake of reports that Western intelligence agencies uncovered an Al-Qaeda plot hatched in Pakistan to carry out attacks in Britain, France and Germany. The CIA chief met Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram, Home Secretary GK Pillai and senior intelligence officials, including RAW chief AK Verma, Intelligence Bureau chief Rajiv Mathur, to discuss regional intelligence worries and security for the Commonwealth Games which open in New Delhi on Sunday (today), the Press Trust of India reported, quoting unnamed official sources. According to reports Leon Panetta, during the meeting with Chidambaram, shared information gathered from Pakistani intelligence agencies. Panetta also met US Ambassador Timothy J Roemer. Panettas visit marked the first high-level visit by a US official since a team of the Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) had questioned David Headley, who plotted the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 166 people died, in May in Chicago, the Indian news agency said.