India has allowed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s plane to make use of Indian airspace for his official journey to Sri Lanka, reported India media retailers on Tuesday.

In response to Indian media outlet WION, Islamabad requested New Delhi for permission 10 days in the past that was granted on Monday. As a protocol, every time heads of state or governments go by means of the air house of some other nation, the nation is alerted and due permission is taken, it reported.

Planes taking off from Islamabad for Sri Lanka can not bypass Indian airspace; due to this fact, they require permission to make use of its airspace. However in case of Karachi, the flights can use one other route and journey to Sri Lanka by way of Arabian Sea.

In response to the Overseas Workplace spokesperson, PM Imran has launched into a two-day official go to to Sri Lanka on the invitation of his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa. The premier is accompanied by a high-level delegation, together with members of the Cupboard and senior officers.

To alternate views on key regional and worldwide points, Prime Minister will maintain conferences with President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa through the two-day go to. The prime minister can even take part in a joint ‘Commerce and Funding Convention’ aimed toward selling commerce and funding between the 2 nations.