India is not too keen to have a Foreign Ministerial meeting with Pakistan even though both S M Krishna and his counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi are here to attend an international summit. Sources said though India is not averse to talks with Pakistan at any level, but these serve no purpose on the ground given the attitude of Pakistan. No meeting has been scheduled as of now, neither has any been formally sought by Pakistan, a source said here when asked whether Mr. Krishna and Mr. Qureshi would have a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), a grouping of 53 former British colonies. Mr. Qureshi, who is representing his country in place of President Asif Ali Zardari, has publicly stated that he would like to meet Mr. Krishna and discuss issues of mutual concern. Asked whether there could still be a possibility of a pull-aside interaction as both the ministers would be at the same venue for three days, the sources said nothing could be ruled out. They, however, promptly added that substantive meetings serve no purpose in terms of translating words into action by Pakistan. They were referring to the meeting Mr. Krishna had with Mr. Qureshi in New York on the sidelines of UN General Assembly in September during which the Pakistani leader gave assurance of doing everything to bring to justice the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks. Mr. Krishna and Mr. Qureshi were again together in Kabul earlier this month during the swearing-in of President Hamid Karzai for the second month. During a lunch hosted by Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta, Mr. Krishna enquired from Mr. Qureshi about the progress in the Mumbai attacks case and impressed upon him the need to speed it up. Mr. Krishna, in the meanwhile, has met his Sri Lankan counterpart Rohitha Bogollagama here and discussed the latest developments in Sri Lanka, particularly with regard to rehabilitation of displaced Tamils.