Mumbai: Expressing a positive response to India’s request, Pakistan allowed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plane to fly from its airspace to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan on 13 and 14 June. is.
Talking to the news agency PTI, an official confirmed that the Imran Khan government has theoretically cleared the request of the Indian government to fly Prime Minister Modi’s aircraft from Pakistani airspace to Bishkek.
“After the completion of procedural formalities, the Government of India will be informed about the decision. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will also be directed to inform Airman later, “the official said adding Pakistan was hoping that India will respond to its offer for peace talks.
Significantly, Pakistan had completely shut down its air sector for commercial aircraft because Indian military aircraft took revenge for the biggest terrorist bases of training camp of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JM) in Balakot on February 26th. Had to mess up the atmosphere of tension. 40 CRPF deaths in PulwamThe official further said that Pakistan is still optimistic that India will respond to the peace proposal, despite the fact that both the premier SCOs were not meeting during the summit.