ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari Monday told the United States that the government would not succumb to any pressure by militants, however, process of dialogue should be initiated with those who lay down their arms and refrain from challenging the writ of the government. Military action is only one aspect of the solution. The government is pursuing the 3 Ds (Dialogue, Development, Deterrence) strategy, the President informed the visiting Richard Holbrooke, the US State Departments special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and Adm Mike Mullen, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, who called on him at the Aiwan-e-Sadr Monday evening. The President hosted a dinner for the top visiting US officials. They discussed matters pertaining to regional security situation, Afghan strategy announced by President Obama late last month and recent surge of militancy and extremism in the region. The meeting was attended among others by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi. Earlier, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani also met the President and apprised him about the high-level meeting on national security and the visit of top US officials. Current upsurge of terrorism and law and order situation in the country also came under discussion. Talking to the visiting US Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan President Zardari emphasized the need for accelerating developmental activities in FATA and poverty ridden areas. He said that Pakistan was fighting a battle for its own survival. He said that the hundreds of Pakistani troops were killed in militant attacks since Pakistan dropped its support for the Taliban in the wake of 9/11 attacks in the United States. Zardari said that Pakistan was committed to eliminating extremism from society, for which it needs unconditional support by international community in the fields of education, health, training and provision of equipment for fighting terrorism. President Zardari also expressed hope that forthcoming meeting of Friends of Democratic Pakistan in Tokyo would be successful and all the participating countries and international bodies especially US would come up with generous support for Pakistan. Holbrooke and Admiral Mike Mullen will discuss with Pakistani leaders a comprehensive strategy to tackle militancy and extremism in the region, said a Foreign Office spokesman. Besides meeting different political leaders, government officials and military high ups, Richard Holbrooke will have bilateral meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at the Foreign Office on Tuesday, which will be followed by a joint news conference. The visit of the two important US figures is taking place after President Barack Obama unveiled a new strategy for the region. Meanwhile, Pakistan will share today (Tuesday) 'concrete intelligence information about Indian involvement in terrorist attack on Police Training Centre, Manawan, and other recent acts of subversion with the Special American envoy Richard Holbrooke who reached here Monday on a two-day visit with top US military official Admiral Mike Mullen. The US special envoy will spend a busy Tuesday here having meetings with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Army Chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani and ISI Chief Maj. General Shuja Pasha. The US envoys sole meeting on Monday was with President Asif Ali Zardari after his arrival from Afghanistan. Pakistan has serious concerns over the Obama administrations decision to give major role to India in new policy for the region as New Delhi has been using the Afghan soil for gory acts of terror against Islamabad since long, said a senior official here on Monday asking for anonymity. Pakistani authorities will share 'concrete intelligence information in this regard with the US envoy including details about Indian help to militants involved in Manawan and other terrorist attacks, said the official. He said the activities of Indian consulates located in Afghan provinces close to Pakistani border were highly objectionable and after the Mumbai attacks the support to militants in Pakistans tribal areas in terms of funding had increased substantially. He said the top US official would be asked that the United States must address the concerns and fears of Pakistan vis-a-vis Indian role in Afghanistan adding that the Indians should be told to back off in Afghanistan. Another official here when contacted said that special envoy Holbrooke and Admiral Mullen were likely to ask Pakistan to intensify its efforts aimed at curbing militancy in tribal areas and dismantle the alleged hideouts of Taliban and al-Qaeda senior commanders in the border regions. When asked about the likely protest by Pakistan against the repeated drone attacks by American spy agency, CIA, the official said that the issue would be raised with a strong protest against the assaults by unmanned planes. However, he showed no optimism about any let-up in drone attacks saying that the Americans were extremely happy over the results so far achieved from those assaults adding that the US officials regularly interacting with Pakistan claimed that the ratio of success was above 90% when it came to the killing of foreign militants in the tribal areas. Meanwhile, PML-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister and PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif are having a luncheon meeting with the visiting Special US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Holbrooke and the US top military commander Mike Mullen here at the US Embassy today (Tuesday). According to sources, the two sides would discuss the new US policy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, war on terror with special reference to Pakistans role. Meanwhile, it has been further learnt that Pakistan government has deployed thirty-two platoons and an SSG unit in the diplomatic enclave to ensure security of the visiting US officials.