Prime Minister Khan was requested to tone down his verbal attacks against his Indian counterpart Modi, the report said.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan will fight to the death for freedom, and when a nuclear-armed country fights to the death, there are consequences.
Pakistan's envoy to the UN said that the Security Council must press India to lift the curfew, end the communication blackout and release the detainees.
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Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Pakistan would continue to raise voice for the rights of Kashmiri people at every forum.
Asserting that the abrogation of Article 370 was its "internal matter", India has defended imposition of restrictions in the Kashmir Valley, saying it was to prevent Pakistan from doing mischief.
His comments came as India and Pakistan clashed at the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva over the Kashmir issue.
According to the joint statement, China has reaffirmed its support for Pakistan on the Kashmir issue and said that it opposes any unilateral actions that could complicate the regional situation.
The Indian delegation is led by Ajay Bisaria, the India High Commissioner to Pakistan who was sent back after Pakistan unilaterally downgraded ties, and Vijay Thakur Singh, Secretary East.
RSS is using Kashmir issue to divert the attention of the public from the real issues, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.
Targeting Pakistan further, Tharoor accused the neighbouring country of changing the internal status of Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir in the past.
Michelle Bachelet expressed her concern over the recent actions by the Indian government on the human rights of Kashmiris, including restrictions on internet communications and peaceful assembly.
The Foreign Minister's comments came amidst heightened tensions between India and Pakistan after New Delhi revoked the special status to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5.
Singh said strong measures are required against those who support and finance terrorism and provide sanctuaries to terrorists.
Shringla said that a lot of funds did not percolate down to the grassroots even as the Centre transferred money to the states.