LAHORE (Online) - The annual Pakistan-India Permanent Indus Commission joint meeting would be held here on May 31. Pakistan would raise the issue of construction of Kishan-Ganga and Uri-II Power Projects. The sources told a private TV channel that the meeting was scheduled to be held on May 26 but it was postponed on the request made by India. Pakistan's Commissioner for Indus Waters, Syed Jamat Ali Shah will raise Pakistan's objections regarding construction of 330 MW Kishan-Ganga project and 240 MW Uri Project on River Jhelum in occupied Kashmir with his Indian counterpart. Seven-member Indian delegation will likely to reach Pakistan on May 30 to attend the meeting.