NEW DELHI: Indian Air Pressure pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, who was launched by Pakistan as a “gesture of peace” in the direction of New Delhi, has been despatched on ‘sick go away’ by his nation, Indian media reported.
In line with NDTV, which quoted information company ANI and sources within the Indian Air Pressure (IAF), the debriefing of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has been accomplished and he will likely be despatched on sick go away for a couple of weeks’ time.
Additional, “a call on when Wing Commander Abhinandan can resume his operations as a fighter pilot will likely be taken by a medical board in [the] close to future,” NDTV added, quoting the sources.
“The medical doctors on the Military’s Analysis and Referral Hospital have suggested the Indian Air Pressure Pilot to go on a go away after the debriefing,” the publication famous.
Abhinandan, 35, was captured by Pakistan on February 27 when his MiG-21 warplane was shot down by Pakistan Air Pressure (PAF) after it intruded into Pakistani airspace.
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Pakistani officers on March 1 handed over captured IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman to India authorities at Wahga Border crossing as a peace gesture aimed toward calming tensions with New Delhi.
Since his launch, the IAF officer had undergone a number of medical exams and needed to face questioning in connection together with his being in Pakistan military’s custody since his arrest.
A lot of world leaders have lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan’s determination to launch Abhinandan.