ISLAMABAD: Government of Pakistan rejected the request by Indian Authorities to allow Indian President’s aircraft fly over Pakistani Airspace on Saturday.
“Indian government had asked Pakistan to use its airspace for its President’s movement, Given the current situation we have decided NOT to give the permission to India for this airspace usage”, FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Qureshi said that the Indian government had deprived the people in Kashmir from basic necessities for 34 days now.
“A terrible injustice is being carried out in occupied Kashmir and the Indian government has refused to budge from their hard line position on the issue,” the foreign minister remarked.
Once again Pakistan bars Indian planes to fly from its airspace keeping the current situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Amnesty International India launched a campaign in a bid to highlight the human rights violation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) over a month-long lockdown.
The worst Humanitarian crisis in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir Valley since 1947.
The lockdown continues on 34th day in IoK
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