Pakistan denies India's solicitation for utilization of airspace by Modi for overflight

Pakistan denies India's solicitation for utilization of airspace by Modi for overflight

The legislature has declared its choice not to concede India's solicitation for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to utilize Pakistani airspace for his overflight.

In an announcement, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the choice has been made "in setting of the present Black Day and in perspective on the proceeded with net human rights infringement in involved Jammu and Kashmir."

He said the Indian High Commissioner was being educated regarding this choice in a composed structure.

"India has reliably done grave barbarities and exacted huge agony and hopelessness upon blameless Kashmiris who have been landlocked and cut-off from the outside world for over 80 days since India's one-sided addition of a contested domain, said FM Qureshi.

"We won't permit Modi to utilize Pakistan's airspace; the Indian High commission is being educated in such manner."

India had officially mentioned Pakistan that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks to utilize Pakistani airspace for an overflight.

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