ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Tuesday held final round of consultations on its response to Indian dossier on Mumbai attacks and it could be sent anytime to India, said officials here. Pakistan's Ambassador to India, Shahid Malik, who was summoned on Monday for concluding discussions on response to the Indian dossier, spent a very busy day here meeting Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir and other senior officials first at the Foreign Office and then at the Interior Ministry for detailed talks. "Pakistani response could now be sent to India anytime and Ambassador Malik was summoned here to have discussions on possible Indian reaction to it," said a senior official here requesting anonymity. He also said that it was now up to President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani when they give a green signal to send the Pakistani response to India. Sharing some details of the response to Indian dossier, the official informed that in nutshell it described the so-called Indian evidence as insufficient that could not be presented in a court of law. He further added that the Indian assertion that the Mumbai attacks were planned in Pakistan was also challenged in the Pakistani response, which said that the information provided by India could not prove the contention. Another official, when contacted, said Pakistan was also likely to share its findings as well as its response to Indian investigations with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon who was due in Islamabad today (Wednesday) on a brief but highly significant visit. He also said the top Pakistani leadership could give a green signal of sharing the response with the Indian authorities first after discussing it with the UN chief. He said that in its response, Pakistan had sought more information from India and in that regard some queries had been attached with the document to be given to New Delhi. However, he refused to share the results of those queries.