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How the nation reacted when an Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan Varthaman was captured?

Abhinandan, Pilot of IAF, was captured on Wednesday after the Air strike

After the famous air strike went viral, an Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan, was found to be missing. India, therefore, had to respond to Pakistan concerning this. At present, the Government of India expects the country to safely return the pilot home. This was certainly the violation of the Geneva Convention from the side of Pakistan.

Indeed, this had been the first time since 1971 when two countries came face-to-face on air. According to the Indian government, the activity had been an “unprovoked act of aggression by Pakistan.” Even though such an attempt was expected from Pakistan, still, Indian Army wanted to target only terrorists, not the entire country.

This particular act angered the entire country and the Army at large. Certainly, critical steps will be taken against Pakistan if they failed to return the missing pilot soon enough.

What exactly Pakistan did?

Geneva conventions had been developed back in the 20th century after World War II. These conventions provide detailed information about how the country should treat the prisoners. These prisoners are either enemy country civilians or individuals who participated in the war.

However, according to the pictures revealed, he was seen manhandled by Pakistanis.

The life of the pilot is in danger in the hands of Pakistan. According to the convention, “prisoners of war must at all times be protected, particularly against acts of violence or intimidation and against insults and public curiosity.”

However, recently, a new video is getting viral over social media at this time. Pakistan media released a video about how Abhinandan Varthaman was rescued by the Pakistani Army after the collective questions were asked about the harsh treatment by Pakistan Army.

You can notice one thing in the video: he never mentioned or revealed any secret that can drag India in danger.

How India reacted?

India did not like to see the vulgar act of Pakistan. New Delhi said, “India also strongly objects to Pakistan’s vulgar display of an injured personnel of the Indian Air Force in violation of all norms of International Humanitarian Law and the Geneva Convention. It was made clear that Pakistan would be well advised to ensure that no harm comes to the Indian defense personnel in its custody.”

Pakistan claimed that the captured Army officer had been treated according to the codes of Military. However, initially, the country claimed to capture two of the pilots but later changed the statement.

The anger of Indians provoked when they saw the released pictures and videos about how the pilot was blindfolded and treated. Such videos were taken off, and a new one was soon released where Abhinandan Varthaman was observed saying positive words about the treatment.

Still, Twitter has become a virtual war station where both Indians and Pakistan are fighting over the happening.

This is what, unfortunately, posted by a Pakistani on twitter. This is certainly not true.

To his reply, many Indians tried to bring in some real knowledge.

Recent updates on this

The news states that Pakistan finally agreed to give the beloved pilot back to India. This had been good news for many Indians.

This is how Indians reacted to the news



Several tweets were released as an aspect of war over twitter. After the Pulwama attack, PM Modi decided to permit an air attack that killed about nearly 300 to 350 terrorists. The vulgar attack on Wing Commander had been unexpected for Indians. It is expected that the country returns Abhinandan Varthaman soon enough, within seven days. If not, they can face severe consequences. Certainly, this aspect was taken seriously by Pakistan and they finally decided to give him back. However, the primary question remains: Will there be a war even after this step?

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