Abhinandan is in museum in Karachi
We all know about the entire sage which revolves around Wing Commander Abhinandan, We also remember how he was served ‘fantastic tea’ by Pakistan’s army officials, right? Now, we have something more to share.
Indian Wing Commander Abhinandan is now in a museum in Karachi
So, basically, PAF Museum named a section,’ operation swift retort’ after that incident when Abhinandan bhai was captured and shown what true Pakistani hospitality is like.
PAF Operation Swift Retort (27.02.2019) gallery now open at PAF Museum #Karachi.
How many of you plan to visit this weekend? Don't forget to take selfie with Fantastic Abhinonedone. 😃 pic.twitter.com/42fRd0K9Pa
— Karachi Alerts™ (@Khi_Alerts) November 8, 2019
The section in the museum showcases the Wing Commander’s mannequin among other things
The display also includes the remains of the aircraft piloted by him
Also, a tea mug with the receipt for the ‘fantastic tea’ the Indian pilot enjoyed during his short ‘trip’ to Pakistan has been placed next to his mannequin
Now that’s fantastic, I tell you.
Right after the news was shared with the public, our awam went an extra mile to come up with some savage jokes about Abhinandan in museum
When Indian media claims that abhinandan shot Pakistan’s F16! pic.twitter.com/nW7TdklgoP
— Exposed 🇵🇰🇦🇪 (@irtasamchaudhry) November 12, 2019
A few suggested that the mannequin should have been carved in a way that it could perfectly hold a cup of ‘fantastic tea’
— فاطمہ (@Brave_Fatima) November 11, 2019
They even asked the authorities to rename the entire museum as ‘fantastic tea’
People demanded the mannequin to be displayed at a chai shop near LOC so Indians too can see Abhinandan in museum version
You are right. Wrong place to put #AbhiNandan’s mannequin.
It should have been put up at a CHAI KHAANA near the LOC clearly visible to all Indian Armed Forces so they learn a lesson. https://t.co/0hZRw2ihlx
— Mir Mohammad Alikhan (@MirMAKOfficial) November 10, 2019
They even said that Indians should thank the Pakistam army for NOT keeping the ‘real’ Abhinandan for the museum display
They also went on to add that this option is being considered for the future in case the Indian army feels like experimenting more with their Mig-21s.
— Farzana Rasab (@FarzanaRasab_) November 10, 2019
The tea gifs and jokes didn’t seem to get old
We are also ready for another "Abhinandan"and our special "tea"is too.because we are belong to the country whose army delivered tea after taken down the enemy 😂.and ask to your Abhinandan about tea?he really like our tea. pic.twitter.com/iJ6JrfVVcu
— Charlotte Flair Slays (@PhenomenalRowdy) November 11, 2019
— Wardah Khalid Khan Kakar (@wardaahhh7) November 11, 2019
Indian media and the Indian public were obviously triggered by seeing Abhinandan in museum
They asserted that Pakistan had stooped low by putting Varathman’s statue in the museum. They argued by giving references to the 1971 Indo-Pak war.
Pakistan has made Brave Wing commander Abhinandan statue to thoer so called war museum.
I think first they should show how there army losted 4 wars 😂
I think we should also make some statues of 93000 pakistani brave soldiers
Showing them in #Delhi jails having SUPER TEA
— Avtar Singh (@AvtarSi71270453) November 11, 2019
Imagine if Indian starts building museum for Pakistan Prisoners of 1970 War it would need A city wide museum for 90000 soldiers and Surrendering statue of General Niyazi with Pak Army.
Abhinandan Is Brave IAF Pilot https://t.co/XjqVoTMySc
— 🇮🇳 Ghanshyam Dixit (@DixitGhanshyam) November 11, 2019
Pakistani people will get angry and shamed when they realised they could not hold the #abhinandan more then two days against Indian power.
— Alok Pandey 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@Alok1Pandey) November 10, 2019
So that was all the tea about it. Want to add some more jokes about Abhinandan bhai? Drop them in the comment section.
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