ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif chaired a meeting regarding his upcoming visit to USA for attending the United Nations General Assembly’s session at PM House Islamabad yesterday.

Sources aware of the deliberations of the meeting informed that the Prime Minister in his address to the UN General Assembly will strongly raise the issue of Kashmir dispute and recent brutalities of Indian troops in the held valley.

He would reiterate the demand of United Nations intervention to help stop the pogrom of the innocent Kashmiri people scores of whom had lost their eye-sight during the current wave of violence in the occupied territory by the Indian forces.

He would also demand access of international observers and doctors to provide treatment to injured people who may lose their eyesight.

The Prime Minister would not miss the opportunity to highlight the country’s achievements in the ongoing war on terror and the losses Pakistan had suffered in it, the sources said adding that the Prime Minister would indirectly point out the Indian hand in destabilising Pakistan.

Sources said that it was not decided yet whether the Prime Minister would present the evidence of Indian involvement in disruptive activities in Balochistan and the revelations made by the Indian spy in Pakistan custody to UN Secretary General or not.

The Prime Minister was given a detailed briefing by both the officials of Foreign Ministry and his security adviser Lt. Gen.(retd) Nasir Khan Janjua.

The meeting was attended by Tariq Fatemi, SAPM, Lt. General (Retd) Nasser Khan Janjua, National Security Advisor and Aizaz Ahmad Ch. Foreign Secretary.