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Pakistan Should Reconsider: India Condemns Pak For Declining Over Flight Consent To PM Modi’s plane To US

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On Wednesday, India condemns Pakistan for rejecting overflight approval to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plane for his approaching visit to the US from September 21-27.  Indian said that Islamabad should think about its decision to move away from deep-rooted global practice and should again think its “old habit” of misinterpreting the grounds for taking one-sided action.

Indian Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said India regrets the decision taken by the Pakistan government, immediately Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi rejected India’s official appeal

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Considering that it is the second such happening in two weeks, Raveesh Kumar slammed at the neighbors and said, “We regret the decision of the Government of Pakistan to deny overflight clearance for the VVIP special flight for a second time in two weeks, which is otherwise granted routinely by any normal country.”

He added, “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”.

This is the way India condemned Pakistan in the midst of Tensions with its neighbor Pakistan.  The abrogation of Article 370 by India from J& K is the main reason of conflict between two countries which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

After this incident, Pakistan not only demoted diplomatic ties with India but also has been seeking to get support from the global community to exclaim Kashmir issue.

But, immediately the Article 370 was abolished, Indian representative has repeated that the action was within the limit of the Indian Constitution and that this is India’s internal matter.

However, Pakistan is still blaming the government for restrictions that are presently imposed in Kashmir valley. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan will be ready for bilateral talks with India only after the removal of curfew in Kashmir valley

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