Tej Bahadur Yadav, the jawan of BSF’s 29 battalions, who got famous on social media after posting videos about bad-quality food served to the troops in the intense regions of Jammu & Kashmir, is trapped in a whole new thing now. BSF hits back hard to him says he has discipline issues.
BSF in its declaration on Tuesday revealed that Tej Bahadur Yadav was court-martialled in 2010 because of indiscipline but was allowed to stay on humanitarian grounds. While heading a press conference in Jammu, BSF inspector general DK Upadhyaya dismissed allegations made by him.
He also said it is for the first time that any force personnel chose the social media path for complaint. BSF also accused him of discipline, insubordination and intoxication. The force has also stated,
“Leniency was shown to him because of his family. He applied for voluntary retirement on December 31 and it was accepted.”
The home minister Rajnath Singh has also viewed the videos and asked to take appropriate measures for the welfare of the soldiers. He tweeted,
I have seen a video regarding a BSF jawan's plight. I have asked the HS to immediately seek a report from the BSF & take appropriate action.
— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) January 9, 2017
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