After the videos of a BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, complaining about the condition of food at the LOC went viral, both BFS and Home Ministry has ordered an inquiry into the matter and sent personnel at his location to find out more details.
While Home Minister Rajnath Singh has ordered an inquiry to find out the truth behind these allegations, the Border Security Force (BSF) at present has denied his allegations, and sent out a senior official to look into the matter.
BSF is highly sensitive to the welfare of tps.Individual aberrations,if any,are enquired into.A senior officer has already rchd the location https://t.co/3fH7qZdV5P
— BSF (@BSF_India) January 9, 2017
It must be noted that according to NDTV, constable Yadav was court marshaled in 2010 after he had threatened his senior officer.
Though he was asked to join back work after four years, many in the BSF believe this story is his way of getting even.
In these videos, constable Yadav is seen talking about working on a near starvation diet and accusing senior officers of corruption.