ACCUSING Pakistan of trying to pass the buck on the issue of taking action against terrorists, India's ruling Congress party on Sunday said Islamabad had not shown any "real will" to take remedial action following Mumbai attacks, reports state-run Indian TV channel Doordarshan. "They don't show anything concrete. They have not demonstrated any actionable real will to remedy something or even begin to remedy it," AICC spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi. He was responding to Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's statement that, "Instead of placing the onus for India's security on Pakistan, we expect the Indian government to respond positively to our proposals for pragmatic and constructive engagement on countering terrorism." Gilani made the comment in response to his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh's remarks asking Pakistan to "ensure against attacks like Mumbai and the (bombing of the) Indian Embassy in Kabul, as well as to measure up to its words by actions." Singhvi said Gilani's statement showed Pakistan's "hypocrisy". India has "given Pakistan maximum chances to rectify and this is an opportunity for Pakistan to respond positively.... We know from the last two months what concrete steps Pakistan has taken. These statements only pass on the buck," he said. If Pakistan fails to act, Singhvi said, India cannot be blamed for whatever option it chooses. "Ultimately if they (Pakistan) don't do something endlessly for weeks and weeks...India cannot be blamed for whatever option it chooses to exercise as the Foreign Minister has said 'each and every option is open'," Singhvi said. "India is not dependent ...on Pakistan's reactions about what it (India) does not do. India is in confidence with international collective diplomatic wisdom and international will and international law," the spokesperson said.