Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister will raise Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing's (RAW) "involvement" in its territory in the UN, National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz said on Friday.
He made the remarks while responding to questions in the National Assembly.
He said the government has already taken up the RAW's activities in Pakistan with various foreign leaders.
"The Prime Minister (Nawaz Sharif) will also raise the issue of RAW's involvement in Pakistan at the UN General Assembly," he said.
The foreign secretary discussed RAW's activities with his Indian counterpart during the foreign secretary level talks held in March this year, he said.
India has always rejected the allegations that its external intelligence agency is involved in fomenting trouble in Pakistan.
Aziz said Kashmir was the central issue with India and Pakistan believes that it should be solved according to UN resolutions.
AZT said Islamabad condemned the terrorism incident in Gurdaspur district, while rejecting India's allegations that the three terrorists came from Pakistan and that the country can defend itself.