Tej Bahadur Yadav has alleged that his phone was taken away in January and was fabricated.
BSF Jawan Tej Bahadur who was in the news about two months month ago for a video that he posted on the social media exposing the poor quality of food being served in the Indian army, has hit back with another video. This time the army jawan has appealed to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come out in his support as he is being targeted at the army base ever since he decided to expose the plight of jawans. He also alleged that his phone was taken away in January and was fabricated. He stated that even though it was said that he has contacts with people in Pakistan, none of these reports is true and shouldn’t be believed unless he himself comes out and says something on a video.
“I want to tell you that my phone was taken away on Jan 1 and then they did something with it. They said that I have contacts with people from Pakistan. However, I request you not to believe any of these rumours until I make a video myself,” Tej Bahadur said. Questioning the treatment he got, Tej Bahadur added, “Today, I want to ask the Prime Minister that despite exposing the corruption in the army, why is that I am being tortured mentally?”
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He appealed to all the Indians to come out in his support and ask the same question to the Prime Minister if he actually wants to remove corruption from India. “I request all of you to ask the Prime minister that whether this is what a jawan gets in return for exposing corruption?” he added.
Tej Bahadur Yadav, the BSF jawan who had gone viral on Facebook after shooting a video showing the terrible and unhygienic conditions that jawans have to endure has been allegedly arrested, according to his wife, Sharmila Bahadur. Sharmila Bahadur said that she had waited for him on 31st January but he did not come home. According to Sharmila, Tej Bahadur had called her up to let her know that he was being asked to retire. However, he added that his retirement had been cancelled within an hour and he was put under arrest.