IAF Pilot Abhinandan60 hours after being in custody of Pak, remains congratulations, said - I want to return to cockpit soon - Abhinandan
New Delhi :Wing Commander congratulations after the killing of Pakistan's F-16 fighter aircraft and after being kept in custody for 60 hours, the ambition of congratulations still remains the same as before. In recognition of the indomitable courage in Pak custody and the fighter aircraft being dropped, the country's hero, congratulations, spoke again about returning to the cockpit. Wing Commander has told senior officers of the Air Force that he wants to return to the cockpit as soon as possible. Officials gave this information on Sunday.
The Air Force pilot has been receiving treatment for two days here at Army's Research and Referral Hospital. Officials said that congratulations to the senior commanders of the IAF and the doctors treating them that they want to start flying again as soon as possible. On Wednesday, he became the first pilot of IAF to strike an F-16 fighter jet during the air strike with Pakistani Air Force.
During this fierce struggle, his MiG-21 was also killed and he was arrested by the Pakistani army. He had returned on Friday night and was greeted with a grand welcome like his protagonist. Officials said that a group of doctors of the hospital are monitoring their health status. A military official said, 'It is a try that he should return to the cockpit soon.'
Officials said that despite his persecution in Pakistan, his emotions are very high. He returned to the capital on Friday night at around 11:45 in the Air Force flight. About two and a half hours ago, he had reached India from the Attari Wagah border. After getting caught, Vardhman had shown courage and complacency in dealing with the adverse conditions, whose leaders, strategists, and ex-soldiers had praised it.
Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa presented a separate meeting with Wing Commander congratulations on Saturday. During that time he told about mental harassment during his custody in Pakistan. The Defense Minister praised his courage and said that the nation is thankful for their selfless service.