Pakistan's envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi has been summoned in Islamabad for consultations on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's scheduled visit to the UN in September this year and discuss raising the issue, Dawn online reported on Tuesday.
Consultations are being held "about raising at the world forum the issue of Indian interference in Pakistan's affairs".
According to reports, Pakistan to raise its concern against "Indian actions intended to undermine Pakistan's security."
Earlier, Pakistan had conveyed its concerns over "Indian involvement in Pakistan, particularly in Balochistan," to the Indian leadership, the report added.
Pakistan was annoyed by Prime Minister Modi's remarks during his visit to Bangladesh about Pakistan backing terrorism in the region.
It had then decided to raise what it described as "India's interference" in Pakistan's affairs at various world forums. India has denied the charges levelled by Pakistan.
The report also claims that Pakistan is planning to present evidence of Indian foreign intelligence agency Research & Analysis Wing (RAW)'s activities in Pakistan.