He said that agreements with 26 countries to share information and recover assets have also been signed.
When asked about Dawood Ibrahim he said he wasn't responsible for the past. The past is to be learnt from not to live in, he said. It is still unclear whether or not New Delhi is interested in starting a new chapter with Pakistan and ending its support for the insurgency in Balochistan and in the Pashtun belt along the Pakistan-Afghanistan.
India has long accused Pakistan's military establishment of aiding and abetting cross-border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Talking to news channel, he said the present government had inherited economic challenges, but it faced the same head-on and took measures to improve the life of common man. "My yaar, dildaar Imran Khan has ended 70 years of wait".
Soon after, Khan hit back on Twitter saying, "Disappointed at the arrogant & negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue".
In a rebuff to Pakistan, a day after Islamabad said it would invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the SAARC summit, Indian Foreign Minister Swaraj said that India will not participate in the Saarc summit nor will it hold talks with Pakistan unless the latter stops terrorist activities.
There was a need for "showing strength, will and determination" by the leadership of the two countries to resolve all issues, Khan said after the foundation ceremony and emphasised that both countries are nuclear armed and "only a foolish individual can think one can win a nuclear war".
Union Ministers Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri represented India at the event.More news: Justin Bieber Confirms Marriage To Hailey Baldwin In Thanksgiving Message
To another question on whether Pakistan could reiterate the 2004 Lahore joint statement to allay Indian fears, Qureshi replied, "We are very clear that our soil should not be used against anyone and that includes India". "In these 100 days I took one day off and want to praise her for such a hard life during the last 100 days", the prime minister said during a ceremony marking the completion of the first 100 days of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government. "This is one issue on which all political parties are united", he said. Humans have reached the Moon. There is no issue that can not be resolved. Why can't we solve this problem? We only need determined leadership on both sides. "So we have to take the big picture".
"The India I know - majority must be appreciating it", Khan told the Indian journalists who had arrived in Pakistan to cover the groundbreaking ceremony of the corridor. Pakistan must fulfil its worldwide obligations and take effective and credible action to stop providing shelter and all kinds of support to cross border terrorism from territories under its control, MEA asserted.
Sushma Swaraj had said on Wednesday that the launch of the construction of Kartarpur corridor project was not the start of a dialogue process. Sidhu has won hearts of millions of peace-loving Pakistanis and even prime Minister Imran Khan acknowledged Sidhu's popularity in Pakistan. You can imagine the potential.
"I can see happiness on the faces of Sikh community today".
The event began with the airing of a film about the pilgrimage of members of the Sikh community to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib.
Calling Pakistani PM an angel for his peace-efforts, Sidhu urged to end all bloodshed between the two countries and thanked the government and army of Pakistan for their positive step. "Violence must stop and peace should return to the region", he said. It's important to underscore that the opening of the corridor is happening at a time when both countries are engaged in bitter mutual recriminations.
The fenced crossing dubbed a "corridor of peace" will link Indian border city Dera Baba Nanak, to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, the final resting place of Sikhism's founder Guru Nanak in Pakistani Punjab.
The development comes ahead of Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary in 2019.