NEW DELHI (Agencies) - India is willing to discuss all issues that may be raised by Pakistan in the June 24 Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks as it approaches the parleys in an exploratory mode amid indications that Pakistan may ask for the withdrawal of Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act from Kashmir, reports Zee News. We are not going there in accusatory mode but we are going there in exploratory mode, a top Indian government official source said here while maintaining that India will respond to all issues, including contentious, if raised by Pakistan, with confidence. When Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao meets her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir in Islamabad on Thursday, the agenda from the Indian side will be to convey serious concerns over continuing terror by Pakistan-based groups, speedy conclusion of the trial of those involved in 26/11 attacks, infiltration, ceasefire violations and drug trafficking from across the LoC. India is going into these talks with the confidence and approach that all outstanding issues, including Jammu and Kashmir and Afghanistan, will be discussed with an intention to find steps to reduce trust deficit between the two countries even if they are modest, official sources said here. People-to-people contact, humanitarian issues and trade across the LoC in Kashmir will also be raised during the parleys with Indias keenness to build on the progress made earlier through the Composite Dialogue and back channel diplomacy. It also maintained that willingness from Pakistan to do so will surely be a trust building step. Emphasising that Pakistan needs to tackle terror allegedly emanating from its soil against India, the sources said it further complicates the complex relationship, the two countries have. Maintaining that information about possible attacks on Indian nationals or the targets in the country never cease reflecting a continued problem in the relationship, the sources said it was Pakistans responsibility to ensure that groups operating from its soil should not be able to carry out such attacks as any such strike in future will have a very damaging impact. They said these issues as well as role of JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed will also figure in Indian Home Minister P Chidambarams meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Rahman Malik on the sidelines of the Saarc Interior Ministers meeting on June 25 in Islamabad. The sources also maintained that the steps such as granting of Most Favoured Nations status by Pakistan will also give an indication, how serious it was to improve trade relations with India. With Afghanistan emerging as a potential theatre of rivalry, India has signalled that it was ready to discuss the larger Afghan situation with Islamabad during the foreign-secretary level talks. Its for Pakistan to understand Indias role in reconstruction of Afghanistan, said the sources.