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BSF soldier whose video on poor food quality had gone viral arrested?
The BSF soldier whose video about the poor food quality served to the soldiers had gone viral, has been found guilty after an internal enquiry.

As per a report in ANI, BSF is going to take a disciplinary action against constable Tej Bahadur Yadav as he had been found guilty. Yadav's wife had recently alleged hat he had been arrested but BSF refuted these allegations.

"Tej Bahadur Yadav has not been arrested. An enquiry has found him guilty and disciplinary action against him has been recommended, which is yet to be approved," ANI quoted BSF sources.

Yadav's wife had also alleged that her husband is being threatened, is being mentally tortured and has been pressurized to take retirement.

"He was supposed to come on 31st January, but he didn't come. He called up to say that he was asked to retire. He further said that his retirement was also cancelled within an hour and that he was later arrested," claimed Sharmila.

"He managed to call up today using someone else's phone and told me that he's under arrest. He is being threatened and mentally tortured," she added.

Yadav has posted a video on social media and had laid allegations of corruption among the higher officials of the BSF. He had alleged that troops there were not even getting basic meals.

BSF had however refuted that allegations of serving poor quality food to its troopers on the border. An inquiry headed by Inspector General DK Upadhyaya had concluded that it could not find anything to support Yadav's allegations.

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