India allows Imran Khan to fly over its airspace during Sri Lanka visit

Feb 23 2021 11:07 AM
India allows Imran Khan to fly over its airspace during Sri Lanka visit

New Delhi: Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan has got a big relief from Modi's government. According to the media report, the government has allowed the flight of Imran Khan to fly in India's airspace. Imran is going to visit Sri Lanka on 23 February. If his flight was not allowed to go through the airspace of India, then he would have to travel long. Imran Khan is going to Sri Lanka for the first time.

In the year 2019, the Government of Pakistan did not allow PM Modi to use its airspace. PM Modi was going to visit America and Saudi Arabia. Pakistan had made excuses for alleged human rights violations in Kashmir. VVIP aircraft are usually allowed to fly in other countries' airspace but Pakistan refused. Later, India complained to the International Civil Aviation Organization. This time if India wanted, it would have refused to give permission to Imran Khan. But with a big heart, the Modi government allowed him to fly through the territory of India.

He will hold talks with Pakistan PM Imran Khan, Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, PM Mahinda Rajapaksa and Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardana. During Imran Khan's visit to Colombo, the proposed program to address Parliament has been canceled. Pakistan's Dawn newspaper had said that on the request of the Government of Pakistan, the program of addressing the Parliament by Khan was included but now it has been canceled.

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