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Served Rotten, Infested Potatoes, Jawan Moves Delhi HC

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10 July 2017 4:14 PM GMT
Served Rotten, Infested Potatoes, Jawan Moves Delhi HC
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Another army jawan has moved the Delhi High Court alleging poor quality food being served to them with potatoes infested with insects.

Posted in Panbari, Assam, the jawan is currently in Delhi on leave.

He alleged that authorities started harassing him after he complained on a WhatsApp group that the troopers were being served with poor quality food.

He told the court that the WhatsApp group was started by the Army chief, following the videos posted by Tej Bahadur Yadav, for the purpose of airing grievances related to the one like he had highlighted but it brought harassment to him.

The jawan in this case had shared on the group photographs of the rotten potatoes which were to be cooked for the jawans.

He said after he highlighted the same, he was threatened to be killed.

Fearing for his life, the jawan has pleaded before the high court for protection of his Right to Life.

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