New Delhi, January 18
The officials responded quickly to the video posted by 29th battalion of Jammu and Kashmir soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav about bad food being served by BSF kitchen to them.
He took a video of all the problems they are facing including the bad food they are being supplied. He even stated that sometimes they have to spend the day on empty stomach. The video went viral and created quite a uproar.
The officials started raiding canteens and stores of BSF kitchen across the country and inspecting the quality of food. They said from now onwards soldiers will be given fish, rotis, dal and cheese.
Each jawan must get at least 3000 calories and those posted in high altitudes require 3,600 calories a day. Most jawans are not complaining about the quality of food but aberrations are not ruled out.