Pakistan has once again turned down Indian request to grant permission to India’s Prime Minister Narender Modi to use it’s airspace. The Indian Government had earlier made a request before the Pakistani government to let PM Modi use their airspace for his visit to the United States of America on 20th September.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in a video message said that Pakistan will not allow Modi to use it’s airspace for his visit. The foreign minister said that the decision was taken keep in view the current situation in Indian occupied Kashmir. He also said that this decision is a result of Indian brutalities in Indian occupied Kashmir.
The government has announced its decision not to grant the Indian request for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to use…
According to sources, as per the international law Pakistan is bound to give Modi the permission to fly over it’s airspace. Now that Pakistan has turned down Indian request, according to legal experts an Indian complaint with the International Civil Aviation Organisation could result in a heavy fine for Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan will also be attending the next session of United Nations General Assembly. PM is expected to take up the issue of Kashmir during his speech to the UNGA. Imran Khan is also expected to meet US President Donald Trump.