Pakistan has charged Rs. 286,000 to Indian Prime minister, Narendra Modi, as route navigation charges for the IAF aircraft used by Modi during a stopover at Lahore and visits to Afghanistan, Russia, Iran and Qatar as reported by Times of India.
According to an RTI application, Indian Air Force aircrafts were being used by the Indian Prime Minister for his visits to 11 countries including Bhutan, Bangladesh, Qatar, Australia, Nepal, Afghanistan, Russia, Iran, Fiji and Singapore.
During one of these visits, Modi had a short stopover in Lahore on 25th December 2015. This stopover was on the request of then Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif which was made back on Modi’s way back from Russia and Afghanistan. A bill of RS 149000 was issued for this for the first time as records accessed from the Indian High Commission in Pakistan show.
After this, again between May 22nd and 23rd 2016, a bill of Rs 77215 was issued to Mr Modi when he visited Iran followed by a bill of RS. 59215 on 6th June 2016 when he visited Qatar as route navigation charges.