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Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman to start flying MiG 21.

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who became the face of a tense military confrontation between india and pakistan, is ready to fly MiG twenty one inside next two weeks as a medical board cleared his come to fighter cockpit, sources same on Friday.

The 36-year-old IAF pilot had sustained injuries whereas ejecting from his MiG twenty one bovid throughout the aerial combat between Indian and Pakistani air forces on Gregorian calendar month twenty seven.

Official sources same IAF’s Bangaluru-based Institute of aerospace medicine has given the go-ahead to Varthaman to fly once more following a thorough medical analysis.

The wing commander is expected to begin flying inside next two weeks, they said. Varthaman was captured by the Pakistani Army on february twenty seven once his MiG-21 bovid jet was shot down in an exceedingly dogfight with Pakistani jets throughout aerial combat.

Before his jet was hit, he cut an F-16 fighter of pakistan. Varthaman was released on the night of March one by pakistan.

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