After BSF jawan Tej Bahadur, Jawan Sindhav Jogidas reaches out for help through a video message.
Indian army soldier Sindhav Jogidas

After Indian Border security Forces (BSF) Tej Bahadur, Jawan Sindhav Jogidas reaches out for help through a video message. According to the jawan’s video, he is being forced to be Sahayak and do menial jobs as by his senior officer. Watch the video of Sindhav Jogidas, below.

Video of Sindhav Jogidas

According to the Sindhav Jogidas’s video, a 7-day fine was imposed on him for extending his leave by two days and then as punishment, he was asked to do the job of a Sahayak, which he refused. Jogidas said, “I was harassed when I refused to do Sahayak job and was kept in army custody for 7 days.”

Jawan Sindhav Jogidas even approached the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Defence Ministry with a hope to get help, but an “inquiry was ordered against me for writing to PMO, “according to the jawan’s video. He further said, “Didn’t get reply even after I complained on the WhatsApp helpline number given by army, “according to a report on CNN News 18.

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In an earlier case, BSF jawan Tej Bahadur posted a video that too social media by a storm. Tej Bahur posted a number of video on his facebook account that were addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in order to show the pathetic conditions under which they were forced to live.

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Through his video he also showed the quality of food that is served to them. Tej Bahadur had later revealed that not only were his superiors putting pressure on him to remove the video from his Facebook account, they had also re-assigned him and given him the job of a plumber.

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