No contact with foreigners before BSF jawan posted bad food video
The National Investigation Agency has not found anything relating to foreign contacts during its probe into the bad food video posted by a BSF constable. It may be recalled that the NIA was roped in to probe the video posted by a BSF Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav in which he is heard complaining about the bad food.
Yadav who has moved the Punjab and Haryana High Court seeking reinstatement has produced several documents including the NIA probe report. The probe report states that the agency had looked into his social media accounts and call records, but found nothing.
The NIA report states, "but as such no proof is available in communication/ post/ chat that have been seen/ tracked on Facebook as well as Twitter account, which could be harming national interest. His phone/ electronic devices data also didn't revealed any information about his foreign contacts, documents, audio or any incriminating images."
Yadav's call detail records before January 9, 2017 a day after he posted the video clips didn't reflect any foreign contacts. He was however in connection with foreign contacts on and after 10.01 2017, where calling numbers were from countries like UK, Saudi, UAE, Australia and Korea, the NIA probe report states.