‘Found no substance in BSF soldier’s claim’, MHA submits report to PMO

‘Found no substance in BSF soldier’s claim’, MHA submits report to PMO

Srinagar: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has submitted its report to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on the complaint made by a BSF soldier about poor quality of food served to them, reports said on Saturday.
According to reports, the MHA has said that it “found no substance” in the claim of BSF man Tej Bahadur Yadav’s allegations of bad quality food also diversion of the provisions sent by the government for soldiers guarding the border areas.
“There was no widespread discontent in constabulary over food,” reports quoting MHA sources said.
The report also mentioned that there was no shortage of rations at any post in paramilitary forces and quality check is being conducted regularly.
Earlier this week, BSF soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav had created a storm by sharing three video clips online. He had claimed that soldiers are served with almost inedible food and are sometimes forced to sleep without a meal. Yadav (40) belongs to the Border Security Force’s (BSF) 29th battalion.

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