Indian government Friday refused to give its air route of Jaipur to Pakistani national airline—PIA for Hindu Yatrees.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, PIA had scheduled a special flight from Karachi to Jaipur via Lahore tomorrow January 29.
According to sources, 160 passengers were ready to leave Pakistan for the Indian city of Jaipur on a special PIA flight PK-6270 at 7:00 am tomorrow.
The PIA flight was scheduled to land at the airport in the Indian city of Jaipur at 12:00 noon, but the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of India denied to allow the PIA to land in her territory.
The special flight of PIA was scheduled to depart from Karachi to Lahore and from Lahore to Jaipur on Saturday morning.
At the request of the Pakistan Hindu Council, Pakistan and India were planned to give permission to Hindu pilgrims to visit the holy sites in each other's countries.
Dr Ramesh Kumar, a Member National Assembly from the Hindu community is playing a role in taking the people of both countries to temples and shrines.
Last month, Hindu pilgrims from India were flown from Lahore to Peshawar on a PIA flight despite India did not allow PIA flights to New Delhi.