New Delhi, Feb 10: A Delhi High Court on Friday agreed to hear a a habeas corpus plea seeking to trace 'missing' BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who posted a video alleging that poor quality food was served to them.
In a petition filed by wife of BSF jawan claimed that she is unable to trace her husband. She also alleged that ever since the video was uploaded, none of them have been able to contact him. She had also written two letters to the BSF, but there was no response. They even avoided my phone calls and keep the call on hold.
It may be recalled that Yadav had created a stir across the nation after he uploaded a video on his social media account in which he complained about the poor quality of food served to jawans.
A habeas corpus is "a provision in law requiring a person under arrest or detention to be brought before a judge or court, on fear of the individual's safety.