NEW DELHI - Raising the ante, India insisted on allowing Indian team to Pakistan first before it allows Pakistani team on Indian soil.A judicial commission from Pakistan probing the Mumbai attacks may not be permitted to visit India, unless an investigation team from Delhi gets to visit the neighbouring country first to examine the need for a trip by the Pakistani panel, reported Indian media on Sunday.India's home ministry officials said that they want to send a National Investigation Agency (NIA) team, which is probing the 26/11 strike, to Pakistan to examine material evidence against key masterminds and accused in the 2008 attacks that claimed over 160 lives, including that of foreign nationals.India's Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde had raised the issue of the NIA team's visit during his meeting with his counterpart Rehman Malik on the sidelines of the SAARC ministerial meeting in the Maldives in September."Unless the NIA team is allowed to visit Pakistan and understand the necessity of the second visit of the Pakistani judicial commission to India, it is difficult for us to say anything now," an official said when queried if the panel's visit was possible anytime soon.The NIA team also wants to meet with the witnesses in the case.An eight-member Pakistani judicial commission had visited India in March this year following a bilateral agreement.Meanwhile, Home Minister Shinde on Sunday said that India remains on a state of alert, as Pakistan has not stopped infiltrating terrorists into the country. "We have information that Pakistan is helping terrorists to enter our territory. We have intelligence inputs. But we are alert," he told reporters here. Shinde said that his ministry has directed all concerned to be extra vigilant during the ongoing festival season. "I also appeal to people to be extra careful," he added.Reacting to Held Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's view that not enough progress had been made to withdraw the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from certain areas of the occupied state, Shinde said security forces could not be withdrawn from the Kashmir Valley till the situation is completely peaceful."When I was in Jammu and Kashmir, locals asked me to remove the Indian Army from the Valley, but I told them that we can't do it till the situation is peaceful. We will remove the Army when the situation is peaceful," he said.