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They Took Away My Phone And Said I Have Contacts In Pakistan, Says BSF Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav 

Border Security Force constable Tej Bahadur Yadav who shot to controversy after he alleged that the food served to BSF Personnel was of poor quality has now released a new video which has caused embarrassment to the force and the government yet again. In his new video which went viral, he said his phone was taken away and was tampered with to show that he has connections in Pakistan. He has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to support  him as he is speaking the truth.Go ahead to watch the video!

BSF constable Tej Bahadur Yadav who had posted a video in January claiming that the troops are served bad food. 

He is back again with a fresh video alleging that he is mentally harassed and his phone has been tampered with to show that he has friends in Pakistan. 

He is heard saying this in the video, 

“I want to tell you that my phone was taken away on January 1 and then they did something to it. They said that I have contacts with people from Pakistan. However, I request you not to believe any of these rumours until I make a video myself.”

He even asks Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come out in his support. 

“Today, I want to ask the Prime Minister that despite exposing corruption, why am I being tortured mentally?” “I request all of you to ask the Prime Minister if this is what a jawan gets in return for exposing corruption?” he added.

One of the BSF Spokespersons said that no harassment was meted out to Yadav. 

“He is not in any confinement or being tortured. An investigation is under way about his earlier claims and proper action will be taken after the probe is over.”