Pakistan Denied Indian Request of using Airspace for Modi Trip- Indians are Triggered

 Pakistan Denied Indian Request of using Airspace for Modi Trip- Indians are Triggered

Recently, the Indian Government has requested Pakistan to allow them to use our Airspace. There’s a Scheduled flight of Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi to Germany. Pakistan Blatantly denied Indian request of using our Airspace, following the escalation on Border and Extremist Approach of Indian Govt. regarding Kashmir Dispute. However, Pakistan Denied Indian Request of using Airspace for Modi Trip- Indians are Triggered.

Earlier this month, Pakistan had also declined Indian President Ram Nath Kovind’s request to use its airspace for State Visit to Iceland on 6th September.

The Indian Request was in line with Diplomatic Norms. As per international law, India has the right to appeal to the International Civil Aviation Organisation which would require Pakistan to pay a hefty fine. But Who Cares! Stop Modi at any Cost!

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Pakistan Denied Indian Request of using Airspace for Modi Trip- Indians are Triggered

Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, recorded a Video Message regarding this news. He said that India had requested to use the Pakistani Airspace for Modi’s Flight to Germany on September 20, and then on September 28 on his way back. The request is denied by the Pakistani Government, following six weeks heightened tensions after Modi’s Move against the Kashmir.

In a video message, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the decision had been made “keeping in view the situation in occupied Kashmir,” and called it a “violation of rights in the region.”

The Denial from Pakistan Infuriated Many Indians

The Spokesperson of the Indian Foreign Ministry passed a Statement. He said that New Delhi Regretted Pakistan’s Decision, adding that it was the second time in two weeks that such a request for a “VVIP” overflight had been denied, Reuters reported.

“Pakistan should reflect upon its decision to deviate from Well-Established International Practice, as well as reconsider its old habit of misrepresenting the reasons for taking unilateral action,” the news agency quoted Kumar as saying.

Some are Pissed at the Government for asking the permission at first place.

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Meanwhile, Pakistanis are Praising the Government for Such a Brave Step.

 

 

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