Finally, Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman met with his Colleagues On this Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir. They took selfies, made videos and chatted among themselves and had fun with the Wing Commander after a prolonged time. A video of his precise communication with his colleagues in J&K has gone Viral in social media. Take a look.
Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman while joining with his friends and colleagues looked relaxed and calm, said to his Air Force counterparts and friends that the photos, they clicked with him, were not for them, rather these are for their relatives, families, and friends who prayed God for his well being. He said that these clicks are for them who he couldn't meet but they wished him for his safety.
"Every one of these photos is not for you but rather for your families I couldn't meet. Every one of you and your families petitioned God for my wellbeing," Abhinandan Varthaman said. The video was supposedly shot in April.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) had released a transfer order an for the Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. It is believed that the order has been released in the wake of a possible threat. He will as of now be sent outside Srinagar and will be moved to a peace station.
It started on 26 th of Feb when Pakistan led a terror attack in Pulwama when many Indian soldiers died. Indian Army retreated on February 27. Abhinandan Varthaman was caught by Pakistan after his MiG 21 Bison smashed inside Pakistan. He went through a tough time in Pakistani Prison. However, under the pressure of Indian Government other foreign countries, the Pakistani Government had to release The Commander. He got released on March 1.
After he was caught, Abhinandan Varthaman showed a huge amount of bravery and patience while going through the most troublesome conditions. He was sent on a four-week leave just after his arrival to India. He was brought by Wagah-Attari route on March 1 and directly led towards restoration processes where he underwent many medical tests. Abhinandan experienced a progression of restorative tests as a major aspect of a "chilling off" process, which went through in Delhi.