Few days ago a BSF jawan became the centre of attraction with a video. After his video went viral, the PMO as well as the Home Ministry wanted details regarding the incident from the Border Security Force.
Now, again the issue has arised when on Wednesday BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav’s wife told the Delhi High court that she had met her husband and she is happy to see him safe.
JawanYadav’s video clip on social media regarding “substandard food” elicited an uproar and he got to meet his wife where he was posted and that is at the battalion Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba area” his wife told the court.
On the behalf of the BSF, advocate Gaurang Kanth told the court that Mr Yadav has bought a new phone and there was “NO RESTRICTION” on him regarding talking to his family and friends.
As a part of the investigation The BSF had taken away Tej Bahadur’s personal mobile phone which was used to upload the video. On 10th February, the High Court directed the BSF to allow Mr.Yadav’s wife to meet him and allow her to stay overnight for two days.
Sharmila Devi wife of Tej Bahadur filed a habeas corpus plea after she and other family members were not able to to contact Mr. Yadav for three days. At that time she gave a statement in which she said that she last get to contact her husband on 7th February, when he told her that “he was being taken to an unknown place”.
According to the statement of BSF it was said that the BSF Jawan is not missing rather he is transferred to another battalion. Now, with the statement of Sharmila Devi it is all clear that the BSF Jawan is safe.