New Delhi: Pakistan has prepared a dossier on India's alleged role in instigating terror activities in Karachi and Balochistan, as per reports on Thursday.
Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz has reportedly confirmed that the dossier will be handed over to his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval when the two will meet in Delhi next month.
As per reports, the dossier will contain alleged evidence of India's involvement in unrest in Karachi and Balochistan.
During their meeting, both the NSAs are likely to discuss all issues related to terrorism.
Last month, a worker of Pakistan's MQM party had given a statement about India's RAW funding unrest in Karachi to London's police HQ, Scotland Yard.
Today's developments come in the backdrop of July 10 meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Russia which India and Pakistan had decided to revive the stalled dialogue process and quicken the Mumbai attack case trial.
In their first bilateral talks in over an year, the two leaders had met for nearly an hour in Ufa's Congress Hall on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit and had decided that Doval and Aziz would meet in New Delhi either next month or in September to discuss "all issues connected to terrorism", as per PTI.
Modi and Sharif had held bilateral talks in May last year in New Delhi when the Pakistan PM came to attend swearing-in ceremony of the Indian leader.
They came face-to- face in Kathmandu in November last for the SAARC Summit but only exchanged pleasantries.
Foreign Secretaries of the two countries were to meet in August last year in Islamabad but the talks were cancelled by India which protested the Pakistani envoy in Delhi meeting Kashmiri separatist leaders ahead of the parleys.
(With Agency inputs)