NEW DELHI (PPI) - India has decided to put on hold a meeting between its Foreign Secretary with his Pakistani counterpart. Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao is unlikely to go to Islamabad for talks with her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir before the foreign ministers of the two countries meet in New York later in September, India media reported Monday quoting official sources. Indian PM Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Yusuf Raza Gilani met at Egypts Sharm-el-Sheikh resort on July 16 and agreed that Foreign Secretaries should meet as often as possible, and report to their foreign ministers, who would then hold talks on sidelines of UN Gen Assembly in New York. Pakistan called for talks between the Foreign Secretaries and indicated that not holding talks at this level would effectively scupper the meeting between the two foreign ministers. More than a month after Sharm-el-Sheikh joint statement that delinked Pakistans actions against terror from composite dialogue process, no meeting has been scheduled between Foreign Secretaries of two countries. There is no decision on the dates yet, a senior Indian official said here. We feel that concerted action has to be taken by Pakistan. We have been sharing evidence. This evidence has been shared in a painstaking and professional manner. But no action has been taken, the official insisted. After Sharm-el-Sheikh formulation on delinking terror from dialogue process created a massive political furore in India. The government toughened its posture and reverted to old line about no meaningful talks unless Islamabad takes action against the Mumbai terrorists.