NEW DELHI (Agencies) - A day before Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will meet his Indian counterpart Nirupama Rao in New Delhi, he is expected to meet All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) leaders and Tehreek-e-Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani at the Pakistan High Commission to project a united face of the Kashmiris, sources told The Indian Express. Sources said that already Kashmiri leaders have been sounded out by the Pakistan High Commission apparently through Deputy High Commissioner Rifat Masood and the meeting was sealed by APHC leader Mirwaiz Umer Farooq in an internal meeting in Srinagar three days ago. Pro-Pakistan leader Syed Geelani is already in Delhi and is undergoing medical treatment. Agha Badgami and Peoples Conference leader Bilal Lone are also expected to attend the meeting. It is learnt that the Hurriyat leaders will now emphasize on a tripartite dialogue on the vexed Kashmir issue rather than the ongoing discreet bilateral dialogue with Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram in New Delhi. This change of tactic was discussed in the APHC meeting where Abdul Gani Bhatt raised the point that why should Kashmiris insist on a tripartite dialogue at a time when Pakistan is keeping them out in the bilateral engagement with India. The Financial Express reports that according to available inputs, the Pakistani authorities made it clear to the APHC leaders based in Azad Jammu and Kashmir that former president Pervez Musharrafs four-point formula on Kashmir was no longer valid. The APHC has been told that bilateral talks with New Delhi will serve no purpose and hence the focus should be on a demand for tripartite talks. The Hurriyat is expected to harden its stance vis-a-vis Indias concerns with the focus back on 'azaadi rather than joint management of Kashmir through soft borders as proposed by Musharraf.