India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday called Pakistan "the epicentre of terrorism" and said the international community must deal with the problem. "We have to galvanise the international community to deal with the epicentre of terrorism, which is located in Pakistan," Singh said in a speech to parliament. The prime minister said India had exercised "the utmost restraint so far" but added that should not be "misconstrued" as a sign of weakness. He said India "cannot be satisfied with mere assurances on an end to terror emanating from Pakistan." "We have noted the reported steps taken by Pakistan but clearly much more needs to be done," he said. "The infrastructure of terrorism" in Pakistan must be dismantled, he said.