ISLAMABAD Pakistan said on Tuesday that it had no concerns regarding the arrest of Indian diplomat by the Indian law enforcement agencies and India should investigate the matter by its own, as it was its internal matter. A spokesperson of the Foreign office said this while responding to a question about arrest of a senior Indian woman diplomat who, according to Indian media reports, was accused of providing Indian secrets to Pakistan during her stay at Indian High Commission in Islamabad. It is Indias internal matter and we are not concerned regarding this matter, said the spokesperson. According to reports emanating from India, 53-year-old IFS Group Bing Officer, Madhuri Gupta had been working in the press wing of the Indian High Commission in Islamabad until she was arrested for spying charges. It is unlikely that she was a lone spy operating on her own but there is, so far, no confirmation of arrest of any other accused, suggested the media reports. An Indian private news channel quoted on Tuesday anonymous sources as saying that the station head of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in Islamabad, R K Sharma had also come under the suspicion after arrest of Gupta. The channel quoted Indian Home Secretary G K Pillai as saying that Gupta had been passing information to Pakistani agencies. She has been arrested, he said. The channel further reported that Gupta had been allegedly taking information from the RAW station head in Islamabad and passing to the Pakistani spy agencies. However, the authorities of Foreign Office of Pakistan were tight lipped when contacted to get full details. This correspondent could not get many details regarding this issue because higher authorities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs including the Spokesperson and Foreign Minister were abroad to attend to SAARC Summit. Following this report, foreign policy experts in Islamabad were of the view that it might be another trick by India to derail the peace talks between the countries. It is relevant to mention here that the news of arrest of Indian diplomat by the Indian law enforcement agencies has appeared in the media at a time when prime ministers of two countries are likely to meet in Bhutan. However, Pakistan is unlikely to give importance to this issue, as it is Indias internal matter. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the talks and engagements were the most sensible way forward. Qureshi, who visited South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)s exhibition alongside Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna, suggested that his country wanted to have beautiful relations with India, stated a press note issued by the Foreign Office on Tuesday. The climate here is beautiful. Dont you want the relations between India and Pakistan as beautiful as climate, Qureshi told reporters when asked whether or not cool climate of Thimphu would have any impact on Indo-Pak ties. About possibility of talks between the prime ministers of two countries, he said, We can talk about talks. One always lives with hope. Qureshi and Krishna were seen together at the exhibition for few moments after inaugural session of SAARC Council of Ministers meeting. The eight-nation SAARC Summit is being held in Thimphu on April 28-29. Krishna, who was asked separately about possibility of meeting between two prime ministers on the sidelines of SAARC Summit, he said it would be decided after Singhs arrival here today. Let the prime minister arrive here. We will see how the bilateral meetings will be arranged. We have to wait for his arrival, he said.