Bharat Pilot in Pakistan custody pak Adupulo indian pilot and another one pilot missing . pakistan adupulo i mean custodilo indian pilot .indian pilot name is wing commandor Abhinandan ,
On Wednesday, the retired fighter pilot’s son, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, was in Pakistani custody after his jet went down during a mission. “There is only one pilot under Pakistan Army’s custody. Wing Comd Abhi Nandan is being treated as per norms of military ethics,” Major General Asif Ghafoor, spokesperson of the Pakistan Armed Forces, posted on Twitter around 6.20 pm.
Bharat Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan in Pakistan custody
Abhinandan was commissioned as a fighter pilot on June 19, 2004. He had recently completed his training at the Defence Services Staff College in Wellington, Tamil Nadu. The course trains officers from all three services for command and staff appointments.
Bharat Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan says that pakistan armys treating himself okay said yesterday when they pakistan major asks about himself then he answered way of is really amazing but when they ask about mission he Wing Commander Abhinandan is not support to reveal what vision and mission.Bharat Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan still so brave really nice guts he has till now he is safe ,
The government on Wednesday said it expects the “immediate and safe return” of an Indian Air Force pilot captured by Pakistan after an air combat that marked the worst escalation between the neighbours in decades.
New Delhi summoned the Pakistan envoy and lodged a strong protest over what it called an “unprovoked act of aggression by Pakistan”, saying its jets had targeted military installations in India a day after Indian fighter.In various videos circulated by Pakistani accounts, the pilot was seen blindfolded and wounded, his arms tied behind his back, being interrogated. The videos were taken off as Pakistan faced allegations of violating the Geneva Convention for prisoners. Later, a video showed the pilot sipping tea, saying that “officers of the Pakistani army have looked after me well”.