Federal Cabinet will meet today in Islamabad to discuss deteriorating situation in Occupied Kashmir and unprovoked aggression by Indian security forces across line of control. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will chair the meeting. The Foreign Secretary will brief the cabinet before the discussion on Occupied Kashmir. A statement issued by the pm house said no power can deter Pakistan from supporting our Kashmiri brethren in their just and legitimate struggle for their right to self determination guaranteed to them by the un security council resolutions. He stated that Jammu and Kashmir dispute is an unfinished agenda of the partition of the Sub-Continent. The Prime Minister said, no external force has the capability or capacity to challenge the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan. He said the entire nation is standing behind our valiant Armed Forces. The statement said prime minister is continuously being briefed about the situation on the line of control by the security institutions. The prime minister will also discuss the evolving situation after his UN General Assembly visit and constructive bilateral meetings with heads of states and un secretary general. On Tuesday, a meeting of national security has been convened with special invitation to all the chief ministers to deliberate at length the emerging scenario across the line of control and brutal state oppression in Occupied Kashmir. On Wednesday, a joint session of the parliament has been summoned to reaffirm the national resolve for safeguarding the sovereignty and preserving the territorial integrity of the motherland against any kind of external or internal threat. The Joint Session will also reiterate the moral, political and diplomatic support to the people of Occupied Territory. The prime minister will also take the nation and parliament into confidence.