The Home Ministry on Friday directed all paramilitary forces to ensure speedy treatment of jawans’ grievances also as it filed a report to the PMO stating “no substance” was found in the complaint by a BSF person. (HT File Photo)
The Home Ministry on Friday directed all paramilitary forces to ensure speedy treatment of jawans’ grievances even as it filed a report to the PMO stating “no substance” was discovered in the complaint by a BSF guy that poor excellent rations were given to security personnel.
At a communication to BSF, CRPF, CISF, SSB, ITBP, NSG and Assam Rifles, the Ministry has requested them to conduct an independent inquiry one time a complaint from some other jawan is obtained on any matter and try to solve it as early as you can.
Sign up complaints, if any, without fear and the seven central forces are requested to inform their personnel, official sources said.
The forces were also requested to make certain that jawans weren’t harassed by their superiors.
The paramilitary forces were advised to accept complaints. One has already begun receiving the complaints during e-letter, whereas the other six are advised to follow suit, sources said.
The Home Ministry comes in a report to the Prime Minister’s Office said it had found no chemical in a complaint by a BSF jawan that poor excellent rations were supplied to security personnel posted across the border, claiming “there wasn’t any widespread discontent” from the constabulary over food.
In the report, the Home Ministry conveyed that there wasn’t any shortage of rations in any place in forces and excellent check was conducted.
A movie by BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav whining about the standard of food consumed gone viral, so triggerred a flurry of responses using the PMO also seeking a “comprehensive factual” report on the episode.
The PMO has been advised that “there is no widespread discontent from constabulary over food in almost any paramilitary force”, official sources said.
The BSF has claimed that there wasn’t any shortage of rations in any place and security personnel had never complained about food.
The PMO has been conveyed that corrective steps should be taken to better their working conditions and food and that the Home Ministry has directed the paramilitary forces to take all complaints of jawans, the sources said.
Yadav, wearing camouflage uniform and carrying a rifle, had claimed from the videod that while authorities procures essentials for these, the officers “sell them off” within an “illegal” manner in the current market and the employees have to suffer.
He had also submitted other movies in.