NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday met President Pratibha Patil and discussed the internal security in the country and the forthcoming Saarc summit meeting in Sri Lanka, according to a report in the Hindustan Times. During the meeting, which lasted for 45 minutes, Manmohan briefed the President about the recent spate of terror attacks in the country and apprised her about his visit to Ahmedabad on Monday, official sources said. The Prime Minister also conveyed to her about his visit to Sri Lanka on August two and three to participate in the Saarc summit. Meanwhile, India offered a 120,000-dollar reward for help in arresting those responsible for a string of blasts in a western city that left 49 dead and more than 160 injured, according to AFP. The "Indian Mujahideen" has claimed responsibility for Saturday's blasts in Ahmedabad, the scene of deadly Hindu-Muslim riots in 2002, and warned of more attacks. In the diamond-processing city of Surat, 200km south of Ahmedabad, 18 bombs were defused on Tuesday, police said. Two cars packed with explosives were found on Sunday. "Enemies of this country are bent upon destroying it," said Narendra Modi, the firebrand Hindu nationalist Chief Minister of Gujarat state, where the two cities are located. Indian media reported that as two more live bomb were recovered in Surat, Central security agencies were still groping in the dark about the perpetrators of the terror acts in the state. "Investigators are working on certain leads. But right now we have nothing to share," a top Union Home Ministry official said. "The bombs found in Surat have striking similarity with bombs used in Bangalore as in both places the explosives were made using Integrated Circuits," the official said. A live bomb was found at Varacha locality in Surat shortly after a visit to the area by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, addressing the 15th meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in Tehran, Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee reiterated its plea for a global mechanism to fight terror following the attack on the Indian Embassy in Kabul and the bomb explosions in Bangalore and Ahmedabad, reports The Hindu. "Terrorists may claim to act on behalf of religion, but in truth they have no religion, because the essence of religions is peace and universal brotherhood, and not violence and the violation of human rights," he said. Making a case for adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT), the Indian Minister said the NAM had to work resolutely to bring to book "the perpetrators, organisers and sponsors of all acts of terrorism." The Minister appealed for reforming the United Nations and the institutions based on the Bretton Woods charter, which include the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF). However, he stressed that "substantive South-South Cooperation," should coexist with "constructive North-South engagement" if these goals were to be achieved.