- Pakistan performed a mannequin of IAF pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan inside a war museum
- The entire display encase in a Glass showcase
- A mug on the left-hand facet of Abhinandan’s mannequin has also display
Pakistan stoops to a new low with Abhinandan In a bizarre development of its heinous advertisement against India, Pakistan has shown a mannequin of Indian-Air Force leader Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman inside a campaigning museum of Pakistan Air Force in Karachi.
A Twitter support by Pakistan reporter and political analyst Anwar Lodhi displays a photo of the mannequin of the IAF braveheart. Lodhi received the picture and wrote: “PAF has placed mannequin of Abhi Nandhan on show in the museum. This would be a major interesting show if they can provide a Cup of FANTASTIC infusion in his hand.”
In a video that was published by Pakistan army of Abhinandan when he was into their care in Feb this year,
the Air Force pilot is seen drinking tea, and at one point he is heard responding to question by his captors: “The tea is wonderful, thank you.”
Lodhi gave the photograph on the microblogging site also captures a mug placed back on the left-hand facet of the Abhinandan’s mannequin which is flanked by a Pakistani militant.
The entire display encases in a glass showcase.
Pakistan stoops to a new low with Abhinandan, Just first of the World Cup competition between India & Pakistan, an announcement on a Pakistan course highlighted a distasteful spoof on Abhinandan, which came under colossal backlash on social media. This ad base on the video of the IAF pilot received during his detention.
During a counter-attack in reply to the Balakot airstrike in February, Abhinandan, while travelling the MiG 21 Bison, was following Pakistani F-16 fighters, which had rebelled into the Indian airspace. In the method, his plane passed over to Pakistani team & was shot down.
He removed safely but was led into custody by the Pakistan Army upon landing. Before his plane shot, he had run a Pakistani F16.
Abhinandan delivered to India on March 1 via the Wagah-Attari edge after 2-days in Pakistani custody. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan stated the release of Varthaman, terming his choice “a peace gesture.”