Earlier, the Congress had slammed the government for agreeing for the meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session next week.
Referring to the incidents, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said that it has exposed the "true face" of Pakistan's new Prime Minister Imran Khan to the world as well as Islamabad's evil agenda behind the proposal for talks.
"Even now, we have not received any official communication that the Pakistani government is willing to consider this matter".
India on Friday called off the upcoming meeting between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi that was to be held on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in NY, the Ministry of External Affairs said.
"I must distinguish between a meeting and a dialogue..."
"We understand their compulsions but it is clear that both sides have realised the importance of dialogue if we are to move forward", Pakistani Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary told Khaleej Times.
The Modi government, which is facing the Congress-led opposition's charge of double standards on Pakistan, Friday evening called off foreign minister-level talks in NY next week, citing the "brutal killings" of Indian security personnel and the release of 20 postage stamps "glorifying a terrorist". There is no indication as yet whether Qureshi will host a reception for foreign ministers attending UNGA which in the past saw an Indian foreign minister attending one hosted by his Pakistani counterpart.
Former advisor on foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz said that it was "unfortunate" that India cancelled the meeting as it would have created an environment for peace.
"We said that we want dialogue - but in a dignified manner", he added. "We, however, owe it to our peoples, especially the future generations, to peacefully resolve all outstanding issues".
In response, India sent elite soldiers into Pakistan territory to destroy what it said were militant staging grounds, and Modi called Pakistan a "mothership of terrorism". Then the communiqué and letter followed, with the foreign ministers' meeting now on the horizon. Some defended Prime Minister Imran Khan for his invitation for dialogue.
But the statement said that since its announcement "two deeply disturbing developments have taken place". Pakistan has been asked to take effective actions to end terrorism and dismantle terrorist sanctuaries and infrastructure on the territory under its control.
Khan also used the social media after the controversy over inviting an old cricketer friend Navjot Singh Sidhu for his oath-taking ceremony where Sidhu raised eyebrows by hugging General Bajwa.
Pakistan denies aiding and abetting attacks in India and says it is fighting armed groups for its own security.