Pakistan not Open his Air Space for now until India Promise to do not air strike on PK
Pakistan not Open his Air Space for now until India Promise to do not air strike on PK: Struggle for terrorism Pakistan is afraid of another air strike. This is what we are saying because Pakistan has said that India will not open its air space for commercial flights, unless India withdraw its fighters from Air Force airbase. Pakistan’s aviation secretary Shahrukh Nusrat gave this information to the parliamentary committee.
Fighter Jets of Indian Air Force (IAF) had destroyed the militant hideouts of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in Balakot, Pakistan after the terrorist attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama. After India’s action, Pakistan had completely shut down its airspace on February 26.
What CAA Says
Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan (CAA) Nusrat told the Standing Committee on Thursday that he has informed the Indian authorities that unless he removes fighter jets of his forward position, Pakistan airspace is unavailable for the use of India. Will remain.
Nusrat told the committee that the Indian authorities had requested Pakistan to remove the airspace restrictions by contacting Pakistan. After that, we have conveyed our concerns to the Government of India that before that India will have to remove its fighters from the Forward Post.
What happen after ban of Pakistan
After the ban of Pakistan, all passenger flights have been diverted to alternative routes of India. At the same time, after the closure of Indian airspace, the upcoming flights from Thailand to Thailand have not been restored yet. Apart from this, the flights of Pakistan International Airlines for Malaysia are also suspended.
Let us say that last month Pakistan gave special permission to use the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to use his airspace for official visit of Kyrgyzstan capital Bishkek. However, Prime Minister Modi decided not to use Pakistan’s airspace and go by the other way.