The BSF IG said DIG-level officers have visited the camp in past and have never received any complaint regarding allegations leveled in the video.
A day after BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav posted a progression of recordings on Facebook asserting that troops were being served sub-standard sustenance and even go "purge stomach" now and again, the powers IG D K Upadhyay said Yadav will be moved to an alternate base camp for a reasonable test in the matter. "He (Yadav) will be moved to an alternate home office so that nobody can put weight on him, and a reasonable request can be held," Upadhyay told ANI Tuesday.
In any case, the IG refered to Yadav's past record and questioned the intention behind the recordings.
The IG said Yadav had enjoyed indisciplinary activities and was to be court-martialled in 2010 yet was not expelled as his family was thought about.
He went ahead to include that DIG-level officers who went to the camp in the past have never gotten any protestation with respect to the charges leveled in the video. "Astonished. Burrows had gone by the area and asked everybody, including him, yet no protests were gotten. Aims were diverse likely," Upadhyay said.
M D S Mann, DIG BSF, as well, told ANI that "he (Yadav) has had four terrible passages in 20 years of administration, and consequently did not get advanced. This can be a reason for dissatisfaction".
The video cuts posted by the BSF jawan, conveyed along the Indo-Pakistan fringe in Jammu and Kashmir, became a web sensation, provoking the outskirt guarding power to start a request.
IG Upadhyay underlined that the issue was "delicate" however yielded that the nourishment may not taste great in winters as they are tinned and dry. He, in any case, said jawans don't whine (about the nourishment). He guaranteed of strict activity if failures were found amid the request.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh has officially looked for a definite report from the BSF on the charges made in the video. Priest of State (MoS) for Home Kiren Rijiju, as well, took a genuine note of the issue, saying that welfare of the security powers guarding the fringes is a "flat out need" of the administration.