IAF pilot Abhinandan released by Pakistan for fear of India’s attack: Pakistani MP Ayaz Sadiq

The Pakistani MP has alleged that the Imran government suddenly released Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Worthman for fear of the attack on India. In February last year, the Indian pilot Abhinandan was caught by Pakistan.

During the parliamentary session in Pakistan, the Pakistani Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Ayaz Sadiq remembered the incident as PML-N and other parliamentary leaders including Chief General of the Army Qamar Javed Bajwa, India in Pakistan Night 9 greeted. Released after the attack’s ultimatum.

Duniya News quoted Sadiq as saying, “I remember Shah Mahmood Qureshi attended the meeting that Imran Khan did not want to attend, and Army General, General Bajwa, came into the room, his legs were trembling and he was sweating. After India’s ultimatum to attack Pakistan at 9 a.m., the foreign minister said, “For God’s sake let the reception go.” Sadiq recounted the events of the important meeting, saying that the opposition had supported the government on all issues, including greetings but do not continue to support.

“General Bajwa came into the room and his legs were trembling. Foreign Minister @SMQureshiPTI said, “For God’s sake let Abhinandan go, India is about to attack Pakistan at 9pm.” – Ayaz Sadiq in the Pakistani Parliament.
This is now recorded in the files of the Pakistani parliament.

In February 2019, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman stepped into the spotlight when he shot down Pakistan’s F-16s. He was later captured by Pakistan. Abhinandan was brought back to India on March 1st across the Attari-Wagah border. Thereafter, President Ram Nath Kovind received the Abhinandan Prize for bravery on Independence Day.