NEW DELHI: a new video of an army soldier exposing the Indian army, has emerged on social media, through which the man has alleged that his superiors are harassing him for writing a letter to Indian top Minister Narendra Modi to focus on grievances in the militia.
a new video emerged on social media, which served as embarrassment for the Indian army all over again. Posted in the forty two Infantry Brigade in Dehradun, Lance Naik Yagya Pratap Singh recorded a video clip in which he says that after he wrote a letter to the Indian prime Minister and different officers apprising them of some malpractices of senior army officers, his brigade used to be known as with the aid of the PMO who ordered an enquiry into the subject.
“I had written an application to the PM wherein I stated that squaddies, who act as sahayaks, should no longer be made to shine sneakers of officers,” he said.
however, the brigade initiated an enquiry of their very own into the topic which might end in a possible courtroom martial for the jawan. Pratap Singh alleged that he had been tortured after the high Minister’s administrative center had written again to the Brigade over the topic, “the Brigadier… put pressure on me and tortured me to any such degree that I can have taken an extreme step. however i cannot commit suicide or act in any way or in opposition to any person so as to tarnish the title of my service.”
Singh claimed that he was helpless due to the fact he had been referred to as for courtroom martial and denied that any sensitive knowledge had been leaked within the letter. The Indian army then again, has claimed that it has taken be aware of the incident and that an investigation was once underway to decide the reality of the matter.
a couple of days ago, principal Reserve Police pressure (CRPF) constable Jeet Singh had posted a video through which he had enquired as to why paramilitary troops weren’t granted the identical facilities that their military counterparts had been granted regardless of doing the same duty.
The pattern of posting movies by armed forces personnel on-line to expose the Indian militia had been initiated by BSF trooper Tej Bahadur Yadav, whose video depicting the deplorable situation of meals provided to the BSF jawans went viral last week.