INDIA on Friday expressed the hope that Pakistan government would effectively secure its nuclear assets, amid rising concerns over their safety in the wake of a terror strike at a facility believed to be housing such arsenal in that country, reports The Hindu. We have seen reports of what happened today at Kamra. We hope the Pakistan govt will continue to take steps to effectively secure their nuclear assets, Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao told journalists in New Delhi. She was asked to comment on the terror attack near a strategic military complex reportedly linked to Pakistans nuclear programme near Islamabad. She also expressed unhappiness over very very slow and tardy progress of investigation and prosecution in the 26/11 attacks case as also in the case relating to the attack on Indian embassy in Kabul last year. Asked about the sense India was getting about the status of probe and prosecution by Pakistan in Mumbai attacks, she referred to the meeting she had with Pak Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir and the discussions Indian External Affairs Minister with his Pakistani counterpart in New York last month. During these meetings, of course, we emphasised our concerns about the very very slow and tardy pace of action being taken against those responsible, conspirators and others responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks, she said. The Indian diplomat said India conveyed its concerns to Pakistan with all seriousness and emphasis over the very slow pace of not only action that is supposed to be taken but the whole business of trial that they are supposed to conduct against the accused. She also expressed disappointment over lack of progress in probe by Pakistan into the attack on the Indian Embassy in Kabul on July 7 last. On the latest attack on the Kabul embassy on October 8, she said the Afghan leadership had pointed to involvement of forces that, in all likelihood, operated from across its border. She said Afghanistan was conducting an inquiry and results were awaited.