Indian Pilot Abhinandan sent on sick leave by IAF

Indian Pilot Abhinandan sent on sick leave by IAF
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ISLAMABAD - Indian pilot Abhinandan Varathaman, who was captured by Pakistan on February 27 after a dogfight between PAF and IAF , has been sent on a ‘sick leave’ after debriefing to Indian Air Force (IAF) and other Indian agencies.

According to Indian news agency ANI: “The debriefing of Wing Commander # *AbhinandanVarthaman* link has been completed by the Indian Air Force and other agencies. Now the officer would be going on sick leave for a few weeks on the advice of doctors of Army’s Research and Referral Hospital.” View image on Twitter link [image: View image on Twitter] link

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IAF Sources: The debriefing of Wing Commander #AbhinandanVarthaman link has been completed by the Indian Air Force and other agencies. Now the officer would be going on sick leave for a few weeks on the advice of doctors of Army’s Research and Referral Hospital.

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The news agency further reported that a medical board will assess the medical fitness of the pilot in the near future.

New Delhi