India on Thursday night asked Pakistan to implement its words and show in a "transparent" manner that action has been taken against Jamaat-ud-Dawa and other such groups. Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee also asked Pakistan to communicate directly to India the actions that are taken on the "material" provided on Mumbai attacks instead of informing through the media. "We have seen statements in the media by the Interior Adviser of Pakistan (Rehman Malik) assuring India of unconditional support in the Mumbai (attacks) probe, urging India to use direct diplomatic channels with Pakistan and saying that Islamabad needs more information from India in order to proceed with its own investigation," Mukherjee said. "Instead of being informed through the media, I would be happy to receive a direct response from Pakistan through existing diplomatic channels and to see Pakistan implementing itswords," he said. He was responding to Malik's statement that Pakistan was ready to cooperate on Mumbai attacks probe and had shut down five "training camps" of JuD besides detaining 124 leaders of Lashkar-e-Toiba and other outlawed groups in connection with the terror attacks. On Malik's contention that Islamabad needs more information from India to pursue investigations, Mukherjee reminded that the "material" linking the terrorist attacks to Pakistan has been handed over formally to them.