NEW DELHI: The spouse of Tej Bahadur Yadav, a Border Security Force or BSF jawan who had claimed awful sustenance and close starvation in Facebook recordings that turned into a web sensation, today said he has been captured and his “retirement has been scratched off.” The BSF has said the constable is not in custody.
“He figured out how to ring today utilizing another person’s telephone and revealed to me that’s will be taken into custody for further judgment, being debilitated and rationally tormented,” Sharmila Bahadur told news organization ANI. She said her significant other had before revealed to her that he was being compelled to resign and had said he would be back home in Rewari on January 31.
The BSF has said Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav is not collared. His ask for deliberate retirement was rejected, it stated, as a request against him is pending. The jawan, the paramilitary constrained stated, had been educated on January 30 that his deliberate retirement was being crossed out.
BSF sources said the constable has full flexibility to converse with his significant other on the telephone.
A request was requested after Constable Yadav, posted at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, set up four recordings on Facebook griping about the nature of sustenance served to jawans. He highlighted what he said was breakfast of “one blazed parantha and a glass of tea… no margarine, no stick, no pickle…”
Wearing uniform and holding a rifle on camera, constable Yadav affirmed that jawans who serve in brutal, cold conditions frequently go to bed hungry and spoke to individuals to share his video, asking, “Can a jawan do his obligation with this sort of sustenance?”
The video was seen more than 3 million circumstances, drawing stunned feedback. Restriction parties assaulted the legislature on what they called the “horrifying disregard of officers.”