Islamabad had raised the issue of foreign intervention in Balochistan province when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh met in New York recently, the foreign ministry said on Saturday.
According to Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani, the evidence of Indian interference in Balochistan was shared with relevant parties in New York, Geo News reported.
"We have also presented this evidence in the Senate," he added.
The two leaders had participated in a bilateral meet Sep 29 on the sidelines of the UN general assembly's annual debate.
While expressing the hope that the dialogue process with India would grow, Abbas said that Pakistan had as many concerns about terrorism as India."The issue of terrorism will not be resolved by hurling accusations."
On Sep 30, the foreign secretary had termed Indian and Pakistani prime ministers' meet as "constructive and positive", as the two sides decided to work together to restore normalcy on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir.
Talking to the media here after the meeting held on the sidelines of the UN general assembly, Jilani said the director generals military operations of Pakistan and India would work together to restore normalcy at the LoC.