ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday said that government could not take lightly the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singhs remarks about fresh terrorist attacks against India being planned in Pakistan. Talking to newspersons here, the Foreign Minister said Islamabad was awaiting New Delhis response to its request for sharing information about the threats of future terrorist attacks. He said, If the Indian Prime Minister says something like this, we cant take it lightly. If there is such information with India, it should share with the government of Pakistan so that we can pre-empt such an act. He said, We have conveyed this to them and lets see what is their response. He said Pakistan wanted to cooperate with India on the issue of fighting terrorism. Both the countries have to cooperate with each other to fight against terrorism and eradicate this menace from grassroots level, he added. To a question on Indian apprehensions about provision of the US drone technology to Pakistan, Qureshi said, Pakistan has no aggressive design against anyone. He said although Pakistan did not want to involve in the arms race, yet it was necessary to fulfil the defence requirements. We are peaceful nation and want to live with peace in the region, he added. To a question about expansion of the US embassy personnel in Islamabad, the Foreign Minister said it was not that much serious issue. The reports published in different sections of press regarding arrival of 1000 US Marines in Pakistan were also incorrect, he said. On increase in US economic assistance to Pakistan, the Foreign Minister said that increase also required more staff in the US embassy to have better coordination with Pakistani government. He said that the US was also helping Pakistan for the rehabilitation of internally displaced persons (IDPs) so it needed more staff to handle those projects. To a question on Americans help to boost Pakistan energy sector and its impact on Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline project, the Foreign Minister said the US assistance had nothing to do with the IPI gas pipeline project. He said it was success of Pakistans foreign policy that America was ready to help and assist Pakistan in resolving the energy crisis. He said that US Special Envoy Holbrooke had assured that US would help in mobilisation of funds for the energy sector to resolve the issue of loadshedding in Pakistan. Answering a query on forthcoming presidential election in Afghanistan, the Foreign Minister said, We have no favourites and will accept the democratic decision of the people of Afghanistan and do anything and everything for peaceful electoral process.