1. Will take strict action against personnel using social media, says BSF

Will take strict action against personnel using social media, says BSF

The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday warned its personnel against using social media and asserted that strict action would be taken against the ones breaching the discipline of the institution. “We run BSF with discipline. If disciple will lack in the organisation then the efficiency would be affected.

By: | Jodhpur | Updated: February 11, 2017 1:16 AM
The Ministry of Home Affairs told the Delhi High Court on Friday that the BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav is not under arrest but in fact has been shifted to another battalion. (IE) The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday warned its personnel against using social media and asserted that strict action would be taken against the ones breaching the discipline of the institution. (IE)

The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday warned its personnel against using social media and asserted that strict action would be taken against the ones breaching the discipline of the institution. “We run BSF with discipline. If disciple will lack in the organisation then the efficiency would be affected. It is important for us to maintain discipline,” said BSP DG K.K. Sharma. Sharma said that an inquiry has been initiated against the BSF soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav whose video complaint about bad food and action would also be taken against the Bikaner video.

Sharma declined the charges made by Tej Bahadur’s wife and said that the he is perfectly fine and has been posted presently in Samba (J&K).   “The claim made by his wife is baseless. We have records that Tej Bahadur’s wife is in regular contact with him,” he said.   Earlier on Friday, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) conveyed to the Delhi High Court, that Tej Bahadur, had not been arrested but moved to another Unit. The High Court took up took up the habeas corpus plea, in which Yadav’s wife Sharmila has said that she is unable to contact him for the past three days.   The court further asked, why Yadav’s wife had not been allowed to meet him at the new battalion camp.

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The plea alleged that the jawan had been illegally detained after the video regarding bad food being served to jawan’s went viral.   Under the court’s orders now, Sharmila Devi will be allowed to meet Tej Bahadur over the weekend at the 88th battalion HQ in Samba and the matter is now set to be heard on 15th February.   The petitioner has claimed that after the video was floated, her husband was missing and there were no whereabouts about him, nor was his family being allowed to talk to him. His mobile phone has also been seized, the petition claimed.

However, the BSF advocate asserted that Yadav’s wife’s claims are unfounded and also submitted call details of the jawans speaking to his family.   The BSF has also stated that they have no objections to his wife meeting him, and that she will be meeting him at a suitable place and the necessary arrangements can be made for an overnight stay too.   Tej Bahadur Yadav had posted four videos on the social media in January, 2017, that showed his complaint about the unpalatable food at his camp along the Indo-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir. The videos triggered outrage across the nation, but the BSF dismissed his allegations.

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