Whatever happens, Pakistan does not desist from its nature. The latest example of this is a video released on the second anniversary of the Balakot air strike to try to protect itself through a new propaganda. Pakistan has tried to spread propaganda by releasing a new video of Abhinandan Vardhaman, the Wing Commander of the Indian Air Force.
Abhinandan reached Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) in an attempt to chase down Pakistani Air Force aircraft after the airstrike on 27 February 2019. After this, he was arrested and captured by the Pakistani army and on March 1, under pressure from India, he was released on the Wagah border. During that time the Pakistan Army had released several videos of the wing commander. Now Pakistan has released a new video.
In this propaganda video Abhinandan is seen talking about the appeal of peace in Kashmir and no difference between Pakistan and India. They are also seen praising the Pakistani military’s sake, but this video is not clear so it is clear that it has been edited many times. At the same time, it is clear from all the cuts in the video that the old video of Abhinandan is being used by Pakistan for its propaganda. However, the veracity of the video is also being questioned.
Abhinandan says in the video, ‘When I looked from above, there was no difference between the two countries. Even when I fell down from the parachute, it was not known in which country I am. Man is also the same from both countries. When I fell down, I was deeply hurt and I could not move. I tried to know where I am. When I found out that I was not in my country, I tried to run away. People came after me and their enthusiasm was very high and they wanted me to catch them. ‘
In the video, he further praises the Pakistani Army, saying, “Then two Pakistani Army soldiers came, they caught me and saved me. A captain, he rescued from these people and carried them to the unit where First Aid was taken to the hospital. Investigated there, I and Ed were given. I have been here since then for your sake. What is happening with the Kashmiris is neither you know nor I know. We should think calmly. ‘