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Abhinandan says was subjected to mental harassment by ISI

NEW DELHI: Contrary to the impact projected by Pakistan that it handled him smartly, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has advised the management of IAF that he was subjected to psychological harassment whilst in captivity.

The fighter pilot has advised the IAF brass that he was all along within the custody of Pakistan’s notorious external espionage company, the Inter-Services Intelligence, which performed a large number of thoughts video games with him with a view to smash his morale although he was spared physical torture, respectable assets said.

Sources said the prolong in handing over the IAF pilot to India was a part of the harassment by ISI officials who forced him to file the video the place he is noticed praising Pakistan military and slandering Indian media. However, the psychological torture does no longer appear to have worked. “He appears to be in positive spirit,” said a supply after interacting with Varthaman.

Varthaman is yet to go through an intense scan for accidents he suffered whilst ejecting as well as within the beating he took from the mob, which had amassed within the house the place he landed after bailing out. “It turns out he escaped serious harm. However, it's for medical doctors to declare him have compatibility for flying,” said a supply.

Varthaman, who was on patrol responsibility in J&K in his MiG-21, was downed when he entered Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir whilst chasing some of the F-16s that had entered Indian air area to focus on army installations. However, before his plane caught hearth, he shot down the intruder F-16, a feat which is predicted to earn him a spot in aviation legends on account of the huge asymmetry between the getting old MIG and fresh F-16.

He has also captured national creativeness for the best way he delayed his inevitable capture by firing in air to scare the mob pursuing him, and the poise with which he treated the officials of Pakistan Army after they took him into their custody.

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