RAWALPINDI: Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was taken into custody by Pakistani forces, has lauded the professionalism of Pakistan Army and termed it 'impressive'.
In a video, circulating on social media, Abhinandan is holding a cup of tea thanked Pakistan Army Captain and his team for rescuing him from mob.
He went on say “I will not change my stance if I go back to my country India.”
“This is what I would expect from my Army,” he said lauding the professionalism and attitude of Pakistan Army.
To a question, Abhinandan said, “I am from down south India and married person.”
He also said the tea he was served was so tasty.
Earlier, a video was released by Pakistan Army that shows the identity and related details of the captured Indian pilot.
"My name is Wing Commander Abhinandan and my service number is 27981," the pilot says in a video statement.
"I am a flying pilot and my religion is Hindu," he continues.
Pakistan Air Force on Wednesday struck down two Indian fighter jets intruding Pakistani airspace, in a valiant and befitting response to Indian aggression.
According to FIR, victim offered to pay attackers but they raped her and beat her colleague
Since Afghan Taliban took over Kabul, relations with Pakistan have soured, in part over resurgence of TTP
Before blocking it completely, the PTA had “degraded” the portal’s services in the country
PTI chief says his party could have opted for a nationwide strike, but will choose to fill prisons instead
Islamabad court rejects request to grant AML chief's physical remand to police
Wikipedia says fifth most populous nation being denied right to access knowledge, urges PTA to restore access