Sania Mirza made a blunt assessment of the advertisements aired on both sides of the border.
Sources also revealed that before Abhinandan was moved to Rawalpindi by Pakistan's ISI operatives, he was treated well by the Pakistan Army.
F-16 dogfight: Wing Commander Abhinandan’s squadron wears ‘Falcon Slayer’, 'AMRAAM Dodger' uniform patch
Varthaman had struck down Pakistan's F-16 jet during a dogfight on February 27.
The Congress had raised concerns PM Modi's comments for invoking Captain Abhinandan Varthaman's release and alluding to the efforts of the Centre for his release.
Modi also took a jibe at NCP leader Sharad Pawar, saying if he is unaware of his next move, then how Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan can gauge what he will do.
Varthaman, who was captured by Pakistan on February 27 during aerial combat with Indian Air Force, had returned to his squadron in Srinagar last month though he was on a four-week sick leave.
The IAF officer could be recommended for a Vir Chakra, India’s third-highest war-time gallantry award.
Photos of Matondkar, the Congress Party's candidate from Mumbai North, with Abhinandan's image went viral on the micro-blogging site on Monday.
The statement comes a day after a US magazine claimed that US defence personnel recently visited Pakistan to inspect the status of its F-16 jets and found all of them intact
He was captured by the Pakistani Army on February 27 after his MiG-21 Bison jet was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani jets during aerial combat.
He decided to pay a tribute to Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman while competing against four other chefs in the category of Fruit and Vegetable Carving at Culinary Art India.
The Election Commission also asked him to take down the post and reply to the show cause notice by Thursday.
The posters, shared on social media on March 1, feature Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah, the IAF officer, and Sharma, who represents the Vishwas Nagar seat in the Delhi Assembly.
General VP Malik, who commanded the Indian Army during Kargil, shares that Pakistan’s folly is that ‘they never understood the ethos of the Indian Armed Forces’.
After Abhinandan Varthaman’s release, Imran Khan wants a Nobel. But Narendra Modi is no Morarji and Khan is not Anwar Sadat.