Tensions seemed to have eased after the clashes, but on Sunday the Pakistani foreign minister said his country had intelligence to suggest an imminent Indian attack.
Governor said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was creating war hysteria to win public emotions for success in the upcoming general elections in India, adding that Pakistan would not let Modi play havoc with the regional peace.
"Pakistan needs to take credible and irreversible steps against terrorism operating from territories under its control rather than make hysterical statements to obfuscate the core issue that bedevils our region: Cross-border terrorism", India said, adding that Pakistan can not absolve itself of the responsibility of a cross-border terrorist attack on India.
Ms Khan said it was obvious that such an important intelligence report would have first reached the prime minister, before Mr Qureshi.
Meanwhile, India on Sunday rejected as "irresponsible and preposterous" the Pakistan foreign minister's claims.
Qureshi also criticised the global community for remaining silent over Indian aggression against Pakistan on Feb 26.
Kumar added that Pakistan can not absolve its responsibility for a cross-border terrorist attack in India.
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The BJP government further added, "India reserves the right to respond firmly and decisively to any cross border terrorist attack".
The Indian Air Force has reiterated that it shot down a Pakistani F-16 fighter jet during the air action on February 27 in the Nowshera sector near the Line of Control.
Without prolonging the issue or throwing red-herring into the matter, Pakistan accepted the Indian proposal.
The statement came hours after Qureshi told a news conference in Multan that India had generated a war-like situation. Two Indian jets were shot down, one pilot was captured but later released.
Some in India said between 200 and 300 people were killed in the strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed. Mr Khan contested this on Saturday, citing USA defence officials saying Pakistan was not missing any of the US-made planes from their fleet and accused India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party of using the conflict to win elections.
Because relations are so rocky, prisoners who have completed jail terms, many of them fishermen convicted of straying into each other's territory, often languish in prison for months, if not years, afterwards.