After exposing Indian military, Yadav was transferred to headquarters as a plumber

NEW DELHI  – Indian army chief has said that complaint of a soldier on social media over proper food has damaged the morale of the military.

Chief of Indian military has said that the soldier should not have taken the issue public and asserted that they would have to bear consequences.

The development has come in days after a 40-year-old constable of Border Security Force (BSF) Tej Bahadur Yadav of 29th battalion posted videos on social media complaining about quality of the food served to the Indian troops and exposing the corruption in the army.

After exposing Indian military, Yadav was transferred to headquarters as a plumber.