ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has left for the US on an emergency visit to formally apprise the Obama Administration of Pakistans reservations over the controversial Kerry-Lugar Bill (KLB). According to official sources, President Asif Ali Zardari has dispatched Qureshi as his special envoy to request President Obama not to sign the KLB in its existing form. Besides taking up the issue with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Qureshi and his delegation would also meet the Administration officials, Senators, and Congressmen to convey the popular sentiments in Pakistan against the Bill. The sources told TheNation that the troikas meeting comprising the President, the Prime Minister and the Chief of Army Staff held the other day had decided to ask for changes in the KLB. The meeting had also decided to send the Foreign Minister to tell the US that all the institutions in Pakistan were unanimously against the highly controversial clauses and their insulting language. It is pertinent to be mentioned here that Qureshi was earlier summoned back from US on Friday last while the situation back home was getting critical after Pakistan armys reservations over the bill were made public.