A U.S. Air Force plane glides into Bombay's domestic airport Monday. On Sunday, Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar announced that India will revoke permission for U.S. military aircraft to use its refueling facilities. The Press Trust of India news agency said Shekhar announced the decision following strident opposition from several political parties - including former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's Congress Party, whose support is essential for the government's survival. The decision was made public Sunday, but unconfirmed reports said U.S. refueling on Indian territory ended Feb. 12.