On a day when Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani blamed Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) for the attack on Sri Lankan cricketers on March 3, former Pakistan national security advisor Mahmud Durrani chose to point fingers at India. In an exclusive interview to The Times of India, Durrani said, There is an impression in Pakistan that what happened in Lahore with the Sri Lankan team was the work of RAW, India is responsible. There is a strong feeling but we havent gone wild about it. On Sunday, reports from Pakistan said its intelligence agencies were preparing a dossier linking RAW with the terrorist attacks in Pakistans tribal areas, like Mohmand Agency. Durrani was also clear that there was no case against the Jamaatud Daawa chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed that necessitated any prosecution of him. It is unfair for India to say weve given you what we could, now you go and hang that chap. We have to take him to a court of law, and if hes responsible, hang him. But only if hes responsible. I have spoken to some of the people involved in these investigations. They say we have no proof. I dont think anything India has provided links Hafiz Saeed to what happened in Mumbai. And India has not provided us enough evidence to link Hafiz Saeed to what happened in Mumbai, he added. Durrani said the state of India-Pakistan relations was not happy at this point, and the only way out was for both countries to talk to each other, particularly the two security agencies. Delivering the inaugural R K Mishra Memorial Lecture on 'India-Pakistan Relations: Bridging the Gap, organised by Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi on Saturday, Durrani stated that terrorism is the most potent threat to both India and Pakistan, stressing the need for urgent expansion of the Joint Anti-Terrorism Mechanism to include senior representatives of security and intelligence agencies. He admitted that the Joint Anti-Terrorism Mechanism has failed to achieve much so far. He said that there is a serious catharsis between our intelligence agencies and that there is much mutual suspicion and mistrust in the security and intelligence agencies of both the countries.