UNITED NATIONS - Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi is reaching New York on July nine to pursue Pakistan's request for U.N. investigation into the assassination of Benazir bhutto, it was learnt here Tuesday. During his three-day visit, he have have talks with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and ambassadors of some important countries. Apart from the Benazir case, the foreign minister will also discuss Afghanistan and Pakistan's role in the war on terror. Qureshi's programme in New York is being finalized. Last week, the secretary-general said that Pakistan's request in connection with Ms. Bhutto's murder was being studied by UN legal experts and that there was yet no conclusion about how to proceed. "I have received such a communication from the permanent representative of Pakistan (in New York) and the foreign minister of Pakistan in Paris and we have been examining and reviewing the request to establish commission under my authority, but there is no conclusion," the secretary-general added. Ms. Bhutto, chairperson of the Pakistan People's Party, was killed in a suicide attack last December during an electoral rally at Liaquat Bagh park in Rawalpindi.