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PM Modi wishes ‘abhinandan’ to party workers, Pakistani media thinks he was talking about Wing Commander Abhinandan

The Anchor had also claimed that after winning the elections PM Modi hasn't forgotten Wing Commander Abhinandan.

Two days ago, ARY News, a Pakistan news channel picked up the word ‘abhinandan’ from a speech delivered by PM Modi and came to the conclusion that he was talking about Wing Commander Abhinandan. The video has gone viral on social media after it was posted on Twitter by alert users.

On Saturday evening, after the historic mandate of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Prime Minister had delivered a speech to the newly appointed members at the Parliament Central Hall. During the speech, he used the Hindi word ‘abhinandan’ to congratulate the party workers.

The news channel chose to highlight this word thinking that he was mentioning the Wing Commander Abhinandan. The Anchor had also claimed that after winning the elections PM Modi hasn’t forgotten Wing Commander Abhinandan.

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The Wing Commander in an encounter with the intruding Pakistan fighter jets shot down a Pakistan F-16 jet with a missile fired from his MiG-21 Bison. Following which he was forced to eject after his MiG-21 Bison was shot by Pakistan, landing him in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. He was captured by the Pakistan army and was beaten up, choked and tortured in the first 24 hours of captivity. But Pakistan released and handed him to India after that due to mounting international pressure.

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