India allows Pakistan PM Imran Khan's aircraft to use its airspace for Sri Lanka visit:

23rd Feb,2021

India allows Pakistan PM Imran Khan's aircraft to use its airspace for Sri Lanka visit:

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will utilise Indian Air space for movement to Sri Lanka. He will be on a 2-day visit to the country from 23 February onwards. This will be his second visit that comes a very long time after his visit to Afghanistan.
Pakistan had requested for utilisation of air space, which India conceded consent. According to required convention, at whatever point heads of state or governments go through the air space of whatever other country, that nation is cautioned and due consent taken. WION revealed that authorisation was sent 10 days back to New Delhi by Islamabad. India gave consent on Monday (February 22).
Imperative to note, in the outcome of India eliminating exceptional status for the recent province of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan had denied authorisation for overflight for President Kovind's plane one time, and PM Modi's plane multiple times.
In September 2019, Pakistan prevented the utilisation from getting its airspace for President Kovind's plane during his Europe visit. In the exact month, it denied overflight to PM Modi's plane to go to the UNGA meeting, trailed by no consent to Air India one during PM's Saudi Arabia visit in October 2019. India had taken the matter with the International Civil Aviation Organization.