Sansani: Abhinandan captured in Pakistan: Explained via recreation

04 Mar 2019 07:36 AM

Sansani: Abhinandan captured in Pakistan: Explained via recreation

Updated 04 Mar 2019 07:36 AM

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who became the face of the tense military confrontation between India and Pakistan, conveyed to the IAF brass that he wants to return to the cockpit as soon as possible, officials said on Sunday.

For the last two days, the Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot has been undergoing medical treatment at a military hospital here. Varthaman told senior IAF commanders and doctors treating him that he wants to start flying at the earliest

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