ISLAMABAD - The Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Tuesday informed the Senate that a committee had been constituted for formulating a doable and sustainable policy on India, and Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in the light of the recommendations of the Upper House.

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The adviser also said that the dossier on the activities of Kulbhushan Yadav, a serving officer of the Indian Navy, who was caught red-handed, while spying in Pakistan, was being made and would be finalised soon.

Aziz said that the government had implemented almost all the recommendations made by the Senate.

"A committee has been constituted chaired by the secretary Foreign Affairs. The other members of the committee include representatives (not below the level of BPS-20) of the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Information, Military Operations Directorate, ISI and the IB," he said.

The committee will regularly brief the standing committees on defence and foreign affairs, Aziz said.

Over the issue of making of a dossier, the adviser to the prime minister said that issues of Indian interference in the internal affairs of Pakistan, support for the subversive activities and human rights violations in the IOK were being vigorously highlighted in the light of the Senate recommendations.

The prime minister presented a dossier on Indian atrocities in the IoK to the UN secretary-general in September in New York.

This dossier has been shared with other key countries and international organisations, he said.

While another dossier on the activities of Kulbhushan Yadav will also be finalised in the near future", Aziz added.

About hiring international lobbyists and strategic communication firms and reactivating Pakistani community living abroad to change global narrative, he said that action was being taken, adding the role of international lobbyists had indeed become crucial to project Pakistan’s position and pursue foreign policy objectives.

 He said that the role of international lobbyists had indeed become crucial to project Pakistan's position and pursue foreign policy objectives.

"The missions are also keeping close liaison with the Pakistani and Kashmiri diaspora,” Aziz said.

About countering India's initiatives to demoralise and isolate Pakistan particularly among neighbours, the SAARC members and members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), he said that all out efforts were being made to counter India’s nefarious motives.

"The efforts to cultivate Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives, Myanmar, Iran and the Central Asian Republics plus Russia are being redoubled, for which parliamentarians and parliamentary committees are playing important roles," he added.

Aziz said that Pakistan was making all efforts to engage the international community including regional countries, adding they would continue to rely on support of the parliament and the parliamentarians.

He said that Pakistan was supporting all initiatives taken for peace and stability in the region, adding under the guidance of the prime minister, the government had pursued a policy of a “peaceful neighbourhood” since June 2013.

 About appointing a full-time foreign minister, Aziz said that the adviser to the prime minister was a position equal to the foreign minister. "But, a full-time foreign minister will also be appointed in future," he added.

Aziz also said that Pakistan was ready to resume meaningful dialogue with India to resolve all outstanding issues including the dispute of Indian Occupied Kashmir through comprehensive and composite talks.

He said that Pakistan had also welcomed the UN secretary-general's offer to use his good offices to resume dialogue between the two countries.

Aziz said Pakistan was committed to respect the understanding reached between the two countries in 2003 to observe ceasefire on LoC.

 He said that Pakistan wanted peace in the region and there was no room for non-state actors to use Pakistan's soil against any country.

Aziz also said India could not revoke Indus Waters Treaty unilaterally.

Meanwhile, the house passed a resolution unanimously condemning missile attack on Saudi Arabia's holy city of Makkah by launching a long-range ballistic missile from 500km over the border last month.

 The resolution was moved by leader of the house in Senate stating that the Senate strongly condemned launching of ballistic missile towards Makkah on October 27, 2016, which was luckily intercepted by air defence forces of Saudi Arabia and destroyed.

 The resolution called upon the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) and the UN Security Council to take serious notice of “flouting of inviolability of holy places which amounts to encroaching upon religious sanctities of one billion Muslims across the world as stipulated in international convention.”

"Representing the sentiments of Pakistanis and the Muslim world as a whole, the Senate strongly condemns such actions, which amount to provoking the sentiments and feelings of Muslims," it added.

It called upon the government to reassure its full support to Saudi Arabia towards protection of sanctity of the holy places, which ties together the Muslims throughout the world.

 The house unanimously passed four bills, which including the Pakistan Engineering Council (Amendment) Bill; the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill; the Central Law Officer (Amendment) Bill and the Islamabad High Court (Amendment) Bill.