Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that he wanted to hand over to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi a dossier on India's alleged interference in its domestic affairs but could not do so as no meeting took place between them in New York.
Responding to questions at a press conference, Sharif said that he had planned to hand over the dossier to Modi directly but the meeting did not take place.
"As such, a copy of the dossier would be forwarded to the UN chief (Ban Ki-moon)," Sharif was quoted as saying by Radio Pakistan.
Pakistan has been accusing India of interfering in its domestic affairs and creating instability in Balochistan, a charge India strongly denies.
When asked about his initiative about forging better ties with India, Sharif said that Pakistan has put forward concrete proposals for improving ties with India with the hope that it would elicit a positive response.
He also said that it was in the interest of both the countries that they withdraw troops from Siachen - the world's highest battle ground.
Sharif has raised the issue of Kashmir in his address to the UN General Assembly annual session yesterday, drawing strong reaction from India, which accused Pakistan of using terror as a "legitimate instrument" of its statecraft.
India also asked Pakistan for "early vacation" of Pak occupied Kashmir (PoK).