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BSF top brass seeks to shoot messenger

DNMUM381072 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Ishfaq-ul-Hassan & Manan Kumar correspondent | WC :452 | India

Paramilitary force expected to submit report to Home Secretary in a couple of days | Spokesman says Yadav was a habitual offender

Srinagar/New Delhi: The Union home ministry got into damage-control mode on Tuesday after a YouTube video of a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan in Jammu and Kashmir showing the poor quality food served to the soldiers went viral on social media.
Facing flak over the video, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh asked Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi to immediately seek a report and take action. The BSF is expected to submit the report in a couple of days.
BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav uploaded the video on his Facebook page on Sunday and it immediately went viral. In the video, Yadav shows the visuals of a half-burnt roti and dal in a container, with a comment that jawans who do tough duty are being treated inhumanly. He said they a
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