Mounting its diplomatic offensive, India has impressed upon the US and Pakistan's two key allies, China and Saudi Arabia, to pressure Islamabad to take concrete action against those behind the Mumbai attacks. Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee is understood to have conveyed to US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jeichi and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal India's dissatisfaction over token actions by Pakistan against those responsible for the Mumbai terror strikes. Mukherjee, who had telephonic conversation with Rice and Yang and met Al-Faisal, apprised them about the latest situation in Indo-Pak ties which are witnessing a new chill, particularly because of Islamabad's denial mode. During the telephonic conversations on Thursday night, Mukherjee is believed to have told Rice and Yang that Pakistan was not doing enough against those behind the Mumbai carnage and that the US and China should put pressure on it to ensure that those responsible for the carnage are brought to justice. During his meeting with the Saudi minister, Mukherjee noted that India had so far exercised restraint despite the outrage in the country over the attacks. The Saudi Foreign Minister, while describing terrorism as an "evil" and "cancer", underlined that all countries needed to cooperate to "destroy" the scourge completely.