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BSF jawaan Tej Bahadur to appeal against dismissal in Delhi court

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Source: Indian Express

Former Border Security Force (BSF) jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who was dismissed from his duty because of a video he shared highlighting the poor food quality for jawans, is likely to appeal to a Delhi court on Monday. He was dismissed by the Summary Security Force Court (SSFC) on April 19.

Yadav was found guilty of charges under the provision of the BSF Act and Rules. Firstly, a prejudicial to good order and discipline of the force in which he made false allegations on social media regarding the quality of food and did not adhere to formal grievance redressal mechanism of the force. Secondly, neglect to obey general orders of the force in which he carried two mobile phones while on operational duty against the SOP and also posted photographs in uniform on social media in contravention of instructions.

Notably, during his proceeding opportunity were given to Yadav for his defence. Yadav also asked for the government’s help in this regard failed to obtain which, he will take judiciary steps.

“I will request the government to support me on this issue. If the government is not able to take any action, then I will proceed to court. I have filed my plea to all higher ministers and departments and I wish that they stand and come in support of me,” he said.

Bahadur further had said during his dismissal that not all Army officers are corrupt. “I am not saying all Army officers are corrupt, some are really concerned but 50 per cent of officers responsible for poor food conditions,”

“I was dismissed from the BSF, but I still have the proof with me about the video I had posted on the poor quality of the food. I am yet to get justice and I will take this matter to the High Court, as I have faith in the system,” Yadav told

“It is saddening, but if this is what I get for saying the truth, then what can be done. I’m not saying that all army officers are corrupt, some are really concerned, but at least 50 percent of officers are responsible for the poor food conditions,” he added.

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