ISLAMABAD - Despite the dilly-dally by New Delhi in making the ongoing Pak-India dialogue a meaningful process, Islamabad has high hopes of the engagement as it seeks a constructive and result-orientated parlays with the eastern neighbour. We continue to say that we will not indulge in negative messaging through the media. We look forward to the discussions at the foreign secretaries-level slated for June 23-24, sources in the Foreign Office told The Nation on Saturday. Sources hoped India will inform Pakistan of any development regarding the investigation into Samjhota Express carnage and dismissed the possibility that the ongoing process of bilateral dialogue could be suspended, adding there were no such signs as both Islamabad and New Delhi are committed to the dialogue process. Sources were of the view that in the dialogue process that resumed in February both the countries have already had substantive meetings at the secretaries level on counter terrorism, trade, Siachin and Sir Creek issues. So Pakistan have an ongoing substantive engagement with India, sources added. On counter-terrorism we have already had discussions under the Interior/Home Secretary rubric where all these issues have been discussed. Whenever India provides Pakistan with fresh information, the ministry of interior will examine it, they said. Foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet in Islamabad on June 23-24, 2011 to discuss peace and security, CBMs, Kashmir and promotion of friendly exchanges.