ISLAMABAD (Online) Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna met Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and senior vice president of Awami National Party (ANP) senator Haji Adeel here Friday and discussed with them the bilateral relations between Pakistan and India and other matters of mutual interest. Indian foreign minister along with his delegation met ANP delegation led by senator Haji Adil. The other members of ANP delegation were Hashim Babar and Taj ud Din. Sources said SM Krishna apprised ANP delegation of Indian stance on Indo-Pak dialogue and other matters. Later, Indian foreign minister along with members of his delegation called on Shahbaz Sharif at Punjab House. PML-N leaders including Parvez Rashid, Ahsan Iqbal, Ishaq Dar, Raja Zafar ul Haq, Zulfiqar Khosa and others were also present on the occasion. Sources disclosed all the outstanding issues including Kashmir imbroglio, Sir Creek and Siachan also figured in the discussion. The sources said Indian FM Krishna also talked about Indian reservations with regard to Lashkar-e- Tayyaba, Hafiz Saeed and Mumbai attacks and demanded Pakistan to take steps for not allowing others to use its soil against India. Shahbaz Sharif apprised Indian foreign minister of Pakistan concerns over Indian interference in Balochistan and FATA through Afghanistan. Indian foreign minister held out assurance India was not sponsoring terrorism and separatist movement in Balochistan. If Pakistan had evidence about Indian interference then these should be provided and India would take action over them, he added. Sources said the talks between Indian delegation and delegations of ANP and PML-N were held in cordial atmosphere and both the sides exchanged gifts. The Indian foreign minister underlined that India wanted a peaceful and prosperous Pakistan and was eager to address all regional issues through dialogue. India and Pakistan both were victims of the terrorism and they together should combat the menace of terrorism. Sources said Shahbaz Sharif conveyed a special message of Nawaz Sharif to Indian foreign minister. The meeting between Punjab chief minister and Indian minister for external affairs lasted for 45 minutes. Meanwhile, welcoming Pak-India talks, Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has emphasised that all outstanding disputes between two countries should be discussed. A delegation of MQM led by Federal Minister Dr Farooq Sattar called on Indian Foreign Minister SM Krishna here on Friday. The meeting between delegation of MQM and Indian Foreign Minister discussed ambit of issues including that of bilateral relations and elimination of menace of terrorism. MQM in the meeting also demanded Indian FM to set up Indian Consulate in Karachi. Talking to media men after the meeting, Sattar said that the talks between Pakistan and India should be comprehensive and result-oriented. He said issues related to enhancing trade relations between Pakistan and India were also discussed in the meeting. He said talks were held to further activate forum of SAARC countries. The Federal Minister said that the Indian FM informed him that there is no deadlock in Pak-India talks. The Minister said that the issues of problems related to issuance of visas were also raised in the meeting and the MQM delegation demanded Indian FM to set up Indian Consulate in Karachi. About terrorism, the Minister said that it (terrorism) is a joint problem of the region and India should also play its due role. Dr Farooq Sattar said that Indian Foreign Minister invited him to visit India.