Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is set to address a public meeting in a Hindu-dominated area in Sindh province on the Kashmir issue.Also Read - Reeling Under Financial Crunch, Pakistan Puts PM Imran Khan's Official Residence in Islamabad up For Rent

Khan will visit the Umarkot region on August 31, the Roznama Pakistan said in a report. Also Read - Muslim Man Who Looked After Orphaned Hindu Girl Marries Her Off to Hindu Boy As Per Vedic Traditions

According to the report, the exercise was aimed at expressing his solidarity with the Hindus and other minority communities living in Pakistan. The meeting will be held near the Mahadev temple in Umarkot. Also Read - Taliban Are Normal Civilians, Not Military Outfits: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Lalchand Malhi, an MP of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, has issued a video message for the people, in which he said: “Prime Minister Imran Khan is coming to Umarkot to express his solidarity towards Hindus and other minority communities, and he will address a public meeting over there.”

The meeting will also be addressed by the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and other Ministers.