ISLAMABAD - Pakistan is engaged in hectic diplomatic efforts to block the Indian move aimed at the inclusion of more Pakistani individuals and outfits in the UN list of terrorists after the entry of Jamaat-ud-Dawa in the wake of Mumbai attacks. Coinciding with the arrival of UN chief Ban Ki-moon here today (Wednesday), Pakistan's foreign policy makers are engaged in crucial consultations to prepare its diplomatic offensive to counter the Indian move meant at getting tagged as terrorists by the UN more Pakistani individuals and organizations, like Maulana Masood Azhar and his organisation Jaish-e-Muhammad. India is reportedly compiling a list of Pakistani individuals and organisations that it blames for involvement in terrorist acts on Indian soil for years including those allegedly involved in Mumbai train blasts of 2006. Pakistani authorities believe that India is about to launch a new move to get more Pakistanis declared as terrorists by the UN and it is already in contact with different world nations on the issue. The UN chief will meet the PM Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani soon after his arrival here Wednesday afternoon on a few hours visit after which the two leaders will have a joint press conference. Later, the UN chief will call on President Asif Ali Zardari and have dinner with him after talks before departure for New Delhi in the late evening. "Pakistani leaders will present Pakistan's case on more possible entries into UN terrorists' list in the form of Pakistani individuals and outfits and try to explain to the UN chief the real Indian motive of isolating Pakistan at international level," said an official here desiring not to be named. He said the country's top leaders would also share Pakistan's findings, a result of its own probe into the Mumbai attacks, with the UN Secretary General. He said the UN chief would also discuss the progress made by the world body on the formation of a commission to probe the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Another Pakistani official when approached said that the UN chief was also expected to take up the kidnapping of UNHCR head for Balochistan, John Solecki, in Quetta on Monday with a strong demand for his early possible and safe recovery. Apart from that, he said the UN chief would also discuss different regional and international issues with Pakistani leaders including Afghanistan, Middle East situation, terrorism and reforms in the United Nations etc.