Pakistan Army had turned down his government's proposal to send ISI chief to India in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks as it believed it was "too soon", President Asif Ali Zardari indicated on Monday. A fresh offer has now been made for a meeting of intelligence chiefs of the two countries, he said without giving any details about when this meeting is expected to take place or what has been India's response to it. "They thought it was too, too soon," Mr. Zardari told the NBC News in an interview on being asked why he was overruled by the military on sending ISI chief Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha to New Delhi. The Pakistan President claimed he was not "overruled" by the military and said, "eventually we have offered for the intelligence chief to meet (his Indian counterpart).