New Delhi: Indian Air Force has decided to retire MiG-21 Squadron Abhinandan Varthaman soon.
According to Indian media reports, the Indian Air Force has decided to retire MiG-21 Squadron Commander Abhinandan. This decision by the Indian Air Force is three days after the capture of 39-year-old Group Captain Abhinandan Varthaman by Pakistan. It has come out years later.
According to Indian media reports, out of the four squadrons of MiG-21, No. 51 Squadron, Abhinandan will be retired on September 30, while the remaining three MiG-21 squadrons will not be part of the force for long and should be phased out by 2025.
According to reports, several fighter jets of the Indian Air Force have crashed in recent years.
It should be noted that on February 27, 2019, the Pakistan Air Force shot down an Indian plane in its territory and the Indian pilot in the plane jumped to save his life, however, the citizens made him angry as soon as he fell in the Pakistan territory.
The Pakistan Army rescued Abhinandan from the clutches of the civilians and once again saved his life and handed him over to India after giving him tea.