Sansani: Horrifying story of IAF pilot Abhinandan's 60 hours in Pakistan

03 Mar 2019 07:51 AM

Sansani: Horrifying story of IAF pilot Abhinandan's 60 hours in Pakistan

Updated 03 Mar 2019 07:51 AM

In a new revelation made by Indian Air Force (IAF) Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman it is learned that though he was not physically tortured by the Pakistani captors but was subjected to considerable mental torture during his 60 hours stay in their custody, news agency ANI reported quoting government sources. After a day-long wait, Abhinandan was handed over to India on late Friday night by the Pakistani officials. Just before his release, Pakistan put out a video with 40 possible cuts where Abhinandan was forced to praise Pakistani Army. It was also reported that making of this video resulted in the delay of his release. As per reports, Abhinandan has suffered a rib fracture, back contusion and some bruises.

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