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Sentiments are at the record high all over the nation when Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman will be returned to India on Friday.
Whilst the country is keenly awaiting Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman’s safe come back, his proud parents are on their way to Shri Amritsar to receive him with a warm hug at the Wagah border.
Yesterday, his proud mom and dad were on their way from the city of Chennai to the city of Delhi on an Indigo flight and travellers on the plane were delighted and praised them and their proud son.
Video recordings have turned viral all over social platforms showcasing people on the board applauding and praising them.
When the flight was all set to land in the national capital, co-travellers came to know who Retd Air Marshal S Varthaman and his companion was, they all stood up as a mark of respect to them, applauded, praised for the Varthaman family’s courageousness, disregarding the seatbelt declaration made by the squad.
Also, the travellers waited on their seats and permitted Varthaman’s mom and dad first to depart.
Air Marshal S Varthaman, the receiver of a number of honours, comprising a Param Vishisht Seva Medal, stated in a message, “Abhi is alive, not injured, sound in mind, just look at the way he talked so bravely… a true soldier… we are so proud of him.”
Ravi Bhadoria – विंग कमांडर अभिनंदन के माता पिता जब दिल्ली पहुंचे तो फ्लाइट में मौजूद यात्रियों ने किया तालियों से स्वागत…
विंग कमांडर अभिनंदन के माता पिता जब दिल्ली पहुंचे तो फ्लाइट में मौजूद यात्रियों ने किया तालियों से स्वागत… pic.twitter.com/N9j8EskACs
— Ravi Bhadoria रवि भदौरिया (@ravibhadoria) March 1, 2019
Abhinandan Varthaman’s dad, Retd Air Marshal S Varthaman is a highly-decorated bureaucrat and his mom Shobha Varthaman is a physician. They left for the city of Amritsar shortly after reaching the national capital.
As per reports, Abhinandan Varthaman was handed over by Pakistan to India yesterday at the Wagah Border.
The 35-year-old Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was flying the MiG-21 Bison, which hit the PAF F-16 in the mid-air engagement with Pakistan on Feb 27 morning.