ISLAMABAD - Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir called on Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Friday and handed over the latest Indian dossiers provided to Islamabad during the secretary-level talks on February 25 to the latter. Pakistans High Commission in India Shahid Malik also attended the meeting. When contacted, Spokesperson of Foreign Office Abdul Basit confirmed the meeting. It is pertinent to mention here that two dossiers were handed over to Salman Bashir by Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao on February 25. According to diplomatic sources, in the first dossier, India demanded that Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, Muzammil, Abu Hamza, Abu Khafa, Sajid Mir, Major (Retd) Iqbal and Usman should be handed over to it. All of them have already been named in the charge-sheet filed by Mumbai police in connection with the 2008 Mumbai attack. The dossier also included a separate demand for handing over of Ilyas Kashmiri. The second dossier demanded that seven Khalistani militants and 17 Indian Mujahideen including five Pakistani nationals should be handed over to India. Pakistan on Friday also briefed foreign diplomats (stationed in Pakistan) about Pakistans stance over Pakistan-India talks and its current status. The Foreign Office Spokesperson also confirmed this when contacted on Friday evening.