New Delhi : The multiple Facebook accounts linked to BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who raised allegations of bad quality food being served to security personnel, have come under the scanner of intelligence agencies for having several ‘friends’ from Pakistan. About 17 per cent of the over 6,000 ‘friends’ in Yadav’s accounts are from Pakistan, Home Ministry sources on Saturday said.
The online platform allows a person to add people as friends from across the globe in his or her account.
A scrutiny of Yadav’s Facebook accounts where the BSF jawan had first posted a video clip showing the bad quality food, has showed that many residents of Pakistan were in his friends list, the sources said.
His conversations with such contacts are being scanned, they said.
Officials said multiple Facebook accounts in the name of the jawan have been active over the social media platform and their authenticity is being ascertained.
Yadav had on January 9 posted a video on Facebook which showed a meal box comprising a watery soup-like dal, which he said had only turmeric and salt and a burnt chapatti.
Meanwhile, the Delhi High court has asked the Centre to allow Yadav’s wife to meet and stay with him for two days at the base where he is posted at present.
The direction came after Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Sanjay Jain informed the court that Yadav is not under any illegal confinement and he has been shifted to another battalion, 88th batallion headquarters at Kalibari, Samba in Jammu.–PTI