ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Pakistan on Saturday said that Indias handling of the Samjhota Express train bombing case showed that it lacked 'courage to unearth culpability of Hindu extremists. India seems to be lacking courage to unearth culpability of Hindu extremists and their links with some Indian Army personnel, Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said. Indias handling of the 2007 Samjhota Express bombing case 'does not inspire much hope, he added. The spokesman emphasised that India needs to bridge the gap between what it says and what it does. Basit said it was unfortunate that India, which uses terrorism as propaganda against Pakistan, has still not been able to complete its investigations into the Samjhota Express blasts. He added: Even after the lapse of four years, India somewhat conveniently asserts that its investigations are incomplete. We do not know how many more years India would need to bring the perpetrators of the Samjhota terrorist act to justice, and provide relief to the families of the 68 victims, including 42 Pakistan nationals. Meanwhile, making a fresh attempt to restart the bilateral dialogue process, Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will meet in Thimpu today (Sunday) his Indian counterpart Nirupama Rao to discuss how to take the bilateral talks process forward. Bashir and Rao, who are here for the SAARC meeting of Foreign Secretaries and Council of Ministers, are expected to take stock of the bilateral ties and discuss whether some confidence-building initiatives could be taken. This will be the first meeting between the Foreign Secretaries after the failed talks between the Foreign Ministers in July last year in Islamabad.