ISLAMABAD - The US, UK and other world powers are engaged in intense 'behind the scene efforts to break the 'deadlock in Indo-Pak peace process and pave the way for the crucial foreign secretaries meeting on American soil that could prove to be a starter for the formal talks between the nuclear rivals. Pakistan has invited the Indian Foreign Secretary to visit Islamabad and hold talks with his Pakistani counterpart so that agenda and schedule could be worked out for resuming peace process that came to a halt last year after deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai. India, however, is demanding stern action against Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, Jamaat-ud-Dawas chief and other Mumbai attacks suspects like Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, who is currently in the custody of Pakistani police. Moreover, in this backdrop, the Congress-led Indian government fearing serious political fallout is also averse to the idea to send its foreign secretary to Islamabad. The US and UK authorities are now working with the rival neighbours once again on a neutral venue for the foreign secretaries talks after their recent meeting in Egypt, said a diplomatic source desiring not to be named. He said that the two foreign secretaries, if the deadlock is done away with, could meet next month in New York before the meeting of Indo-Pak foreign ministers at the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meeting scheduled for mid September. The world powers are working with Islamabad and New Delhi on holding the foreign secretary level talks because of their utmost importance as this meeting would work out the schedule and agenda for the peace process that will be presented before the foreign ministers to formally announce the resumption of Indo-Pak suspended talks, the source said. He said that if the two foreign ministers met in New York after the foreign secretaries meeting, then the President Asif Ali Zardari could also have a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the two leaders could go for the announcement about the resumption of talks instead of their foreign ministers. According to the source, the chances of any breakthrough on foreign secretaries meeting are not very bright owing to Indias insistence on the prosecution of Hafiz Saeed for which it recently handed over a fresh dossier to Pakistan with a claim that it provides every solid reason for action against the Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief. However, he said, that Pakistan believed that India had so far failed to provide concrete evidence suggesting that Hafiz Saeed had any role in the Mumbai attacks.