NEW YORK - While committing to pursuing the peace process with India, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar voiced her deep disappointment at the ‘inflammatory’ rhetoric coming from across the border over the firing incidents along the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region.“At the near end of our tenure, I am deeply disappointed. But we are as deeply committed to a peace process with India, as we are deeply disappointed. And we will continue to tread on that and we would encourage people from the other side to be careful,” she told CBS News in response to a question of new tensions between India and Pakistan.The foreign minister termed the Indian statements as ‘extremely contradictory’.Contrasting with India’s hostile rhetoric, Pakistan, on the other hand, conducted itself responsibly in the face of loss of its two soldiers in Indian attacks.The democratic government in Islamabad pursued peace and normalisation of trade with India at great political risk to it, she pointed out.She said the Indian forces crossed the Line of Control and moved 400 metres inside Pakistan’s territory to kill its soldier.Pakistan, she said, looked into the Indian allegation of firing from the Pakistani side but found no evidence and therefore proposed a tripartite investigation involving UN-administered inquiry.“At the same time, the type of statements that came in from the Indian side were nothing less than highly inflammatory, it was upping the ante, typical hostile narrative mode that these two countries have done for the last 60 years - very disappointing.”Pakistan, she emphasised, conducted itself responsibly. “We had responsible people, talking about a proportionate response being given.”Unfortunately, she added, the statements that emanated from “very responsible” Indian people” were “hostile, recriminatory, accusatory and exceptionally military-minded.””It seems it has become a domestic politics issue (in India).”The hostility between the two nations hurts more than just their economies. Pakistan’s foreign policy is not which is hostile to India, the foreign minister said. “This hostility that we have had for the last 60 years has held the entire region back. It is has held progress on SAARC back.”“It’s almost crazy - the level of rhetoric is un-understandable and preposterous and we hope better sense will prevail and we hope that the maturity that we have demonstrated in the last four years will come back and open our door again,” she said.“I am very proud of the way Pakistan has handled this. I am very proud of how our media has handled it. I am even more proud on how our political leadership has handled to it because I think what they have shown is their deep abiding commitment to a peace process with India, to normalising relations with India.” Responding to a question, Hina criticised as “preposterous” Minhajul Quran International chief Dr Tahirul Qadri’s demand for a role of the judiciary and the military in political disposition. “He (Qadri) comes in and creates demands, which are in some ways against the Constitutional fabric of Pakistan,” Hina Khar told CBS News.“He wants a role for the judiciary and the military in the political disposition. That is preposterous. It can be called many words, which I will not like to use. You have to have a credibility or a legitimacy and make legitimate demands. We all know Pakistan has its challenges. I am aware as much as he is of the challenge that corruption presents. But what is the way, can you circumvent those challenges?”CBS said the Foreign Minister smiled when asked about Dr. Qadri, saying: “The reason I smile is because this is a person who, until a few weeks back, was enjoying a comfortable life in Canada, oblivious to the many demands of the weakening of the political system that he now feels so heartedly and passionately for. And then he arrives on the Pakistani scene.”Qadri is not eligible, she said, to contest the elections in Pakistan because he is a dual national, according to the Constitution.The Foreign Minister termed the continued US drone attacks in Tribal Areas as counterproductive, as they make the fight against terror appear as America’s war enforced on Pakistan.She also noted that the drone attacks give ideological space to violent people and cause civilian casualties.“They have no legality, they are completely unlawful, and we also believe on top of everything else, they are counterproductive,” she said when asked about the drone strikes that the US says it carries out against suspected militant targets on the Pakistani side of the Afghan border. “Because you see, when drone strikes take place, you take the war away from a Pakistani war against terrorism to being a US war on terrorism, which is enforced on Pakistan. And secondly, you give the ideological space for these people. There is now evidence - not collected by Pakistanis, but by British and Americans - that there is a fair degree of civilian casualties,” she added.