February 7, 2017 3:17:10 am
Days after rejection of the VRS application from BSF personnel Tej Bahadur Yadav, his family Monday met force chief KK Sharma in Delhi and sought speedy disposal of the inquiry instituted against him.
Sources said Yadav’s wife Sharmila, her elder brother and ex-paramilitary association’s general secretary Ranbir Singh met Sharma at the forces’ headquarters. Sharma is learnt to have assured them that a “fair inquiry” would be conducted in the case.
Yadav’s video on poor quality of food served in a J&K camp recently went viral. Following this, the force rejected his pending application for VRS on the ground that an inquiry was pending against him.
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