ONBOARD SPECIAL AIRCRAFT (Agencies) Observing that the two countries have a better understanding of each others perceptions now, Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Tuesday said the April meeting of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani in Thimphu had created an atmosphere wherein India can discuss any issue with Pakistan without any inhibitions. Days after Pakistan said it would raise the alleged human rights situation in Indian-held Kashmir in upcoming Indo-Pak talks, Krishna made it clear that law and order cannot be questioned in the name of rights and that terrorism will be the focus of the parleys, reports The Hindustan Times. Throughout the country human rights are protected, human rights are sacred to India and that has been ensured by the judiciary, Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna told reporters accompanying him on way home from a tour of Mauritius, Mozambique and Seychelles. If there are instances of human rights violations, there are agencies within our own country which have been created to ensure human rights protection. So, it can be looked into, but law and order cannot be questioned in the name of human rights, he said. Krishnas remarks follow his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshis statement that he would raise the issue of alleged human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir during their talks on July 15. We would like to talk to Pakistan on a number of concerns that we have. Of course, the primary concern would continue to be terror which emanates from Pakistan, he said. The Indian Minister said that he would continue to talk about terror and seek an update on the trial of those accused of carrying out the deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2008. So, I will continue to talk about terror, to talk about Mumbai, find out at what stage is the trial of the accused in the Mumbai attacks, he said. Krishna said the visit of Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao to Pakistan and the subsequent discussions Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram had with his Pakistani counterpart Rehman Malik helped the two countries have a better understanding of each others perceptions. Krishna said that Indian Prime Minister Singh has very rightly put it that the trust deficit, that seems to have mounted over a period of time, needs to be bridged.