ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: As Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif-led delegation has already left for the United States to attend the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, Pakistan has taken a decision in principle to raise the issue of Indian subversive activities in Pakistan at the United Nations.
The sources said that the relevant authorities are working out a mechanism to effectively present Pakistan’s case on Indian interference at the world body.
They said that Pakistan has concrete evidence of Indian involvement in acts of terrorism in the country.
“Pakistan does not respond to the Indian propaganda campaign rather it has solid proof against New Delhi,” the sources said.
The sources said that Pakistan desires normalization of relations with India and the purpose of highlighting the Indian interference at the world forum is to stop India from mischief and aggression.
Likewise, they said that Pakistan does not send non-state actors to India rather it has started an unflinching campaign to purge the homeland from terrorist elements.
Besides India, the land of Afghanistan is also being used against Pakistan. Evidence of the involvement of Afghan elements in Badaber tragedy will be shared with the Afghan leadership.
The prime minister will address the 193-member world body on September 30.
The sources while sharing details of the prime minister’s address at the UNGA said that it will be a comprehensive speech covering Kashmir dispute, Afghanistan issue, Pakistan’s counter terrorism efforts, relations with China and the situation in South Asia and Middle East.