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Abhinandan Varthaman Inherited His Indomitable Spirit From His Mother Dr. Shobha Varthaman

IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman had been taken hostage on Wednesday, in an aerial combat with Pakistani F-16s. Before his jet was captured, he also successfully took down a Pakistani jet in a heroic move.

A video circulated on social media soon after his capture showed that he was beaten up by a group of people after being rescued by Pakistani security personnel. In another video, he was seen injured, blindfolded and handcuffed. A video that was released later showed him having tea.

Abhinandan’s fearlessness, calm and composed body language inspired many Indians. Abhinandan has set a precedent for his name and now the country will recognize him for his valor and courage says, PM Narendra Modi.

Friday morning, his parents while boarding a flight from Chennai to New Delhi were given a standing ovation inside the plane for raising a daredevil. He inherited this indomitable spirit from his parents.

Varthaman’s father Air Marshal Simhakutty Varthaman, who also flew the MiG-21s retired five years ago. Mother Dr. Shobha Varthaman specialises in providing medical aid in worst conflict zones.

The details were given by Retired Group Captain Tarun K Singha to News18 who has known the family for decades. She has even worked as a doctor with the International humanitarian NGO.

She had even launched an online campaign to increase punishment for child sexual abuse convicts two years ago.

Dr. Shobha had likewise confronted a great deal of misfortunes in her youth. She and her kin had lost their dad early which is the reason she had been intense appropriate from her young days.

She even set up a venue containing a crisis area for losses, a blood donation center and a serious consideration, the Captain wrote in an article for NorthEast Now.

Dr Shobha watched out for an extensive number of patients amid the 2010 Haiti seismic tremor in which almost three lakh individuals had kicked the bucket. she never neglected to remain by her obligations of being a spouse.

She even needed to turn down a basic opening for work with the United Nations to satisfy her obligation as a spouse of a standout amongst the most enhanced Air Force officers.


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