ISLAMABAD (Online) US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will arrive here today (Sunday) on a two-day visit to consult with government leaders on bilateral and regional issues and to attend the bilateral ministerial-level strategic dialogue to be held on Monday. According to US Embassy Spokesman, Clinton would be arriving on Sunday to participate with her delegation in a meeting of the bilateral ministerial-level strategic dialogue she chairs with her counterpart FM Qureshi. Strategic dialogue working group leaders from both governments will report out on the tangible outcomes of their work. During the visit, she will also directly engage Pakistani citizens and take their questions in a Town Hall meeting that will be covered by the press, said the spokesman. Meanwhile, according to diplomatic sources, Clinton during her visit would meet with President Zardari, PM Gilani, and other senior officials. Sources said that Pakistani political leadership would brief her on talks with India and the deadlock in the talks created by India. The sources also told Online that Pakistan would adopt a decisive stance on India's violation of Indus River Water treaty and would demand US to play its role in this regard. Sources said that Pakistan during the strategic dialogue would also demand an increase in aid being given by the US under the Kerry-Lugar Act.