ISLAMABAD: Former Secretary-General Foreign Affairs Akram Zaki has said latest misdeeds of Hindu extremists are a clear message that India is not willing to reciprocate goodwill gestures of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

In an interview with state media, he pointed out that former Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri and Chairman PCB have been favoring good relations with India but attacks of Shiv Sena prove that India is not tolerating even them.

Akram Zaki said Shiv Sena, RSS and Jan Sangh have always been there with their agenda but they became active after election of an extremist Prime Minister who won elections in the name of Hindutva.

The former Secretary-General Foreign Affairs said the incumbent Indian Prime Minister is working on his expansionist agenda and considers Pakistan as a hurdle in realization of his dreams.