Smriti Irani shares meme on Abinandan as #WednesdayWisdom

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Abhinandan was held for three days after his aircraft MiG-21 crashed inside Pakistan.

Soon after the meme was uploaded by the Union Minister, the Internet was not able to tact the calm and set the internet on fire. (Photo: File)

New Delhi: Union Minister Smriti Irani on Wednesday shared a meme on Indian Air Force (IAF) wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman who was held for three days after his aircraft MiG-21 crashed inside Pakistan.

In the meme, two students, one wearing a green T-shirt (titled as Pakistan) and other wearing a pink T-shirt (titled Abhinandan) can be seen sitting in an exam hall, trying to cheat.

'Abhinandan' can be seen passing a chit to 'Pakistan'.

In the second frame of the meme, when 'Pakistan' opens the chit, it read, "I'm not supposed to tell you this."

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The line is from the video posted by Pakistan when Abhinandan was under the captivity.

In the video, when Pakistani authorities asked Abhinandan, "What was your mission",

Abhinandan replied, "I'm not supposed to tell you this."

Abhinandan's bold reply during his capture in Pakistan won hearts on the internet. 

Soon after the meme was uploaded by the Union Minister, the Internet was not able to tact the calm and set the internet on fire.

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