Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday refused to use Indian airspace for his flight to Malaysia. Khan, who will embark on a two-day visit to Malaysia on Monday (February 3), has decided not to use Indian airspace. Sources said the PM Khan took a decision in light of ongoing atrocities, being committed by the occupational Indian forces in the Occupied Kashmir. Prime Minister Imran Khan will commence on a two-day official tour of Malaysia today. In a statement, Aisha Farooqui the Foreign Office spokesperson has said that PM Imran is visiting Kuala Lumpur on the invitation of his Malaysia counterpart Mahathir Mohamad. During the visit, the two prime ministers would have a one-on-one meeting, followed by delegation-level talks, she said and added that they will witness the signing of important agreements and MoUs, and have joint press stakeout. Notably, Pakistan, on several occasions, did not allow Indian leaders including President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to use its airspace during their trips abroad.