Soldier shows difference in food served to Pakistani and Indian soldiers
A valiant Pakistan Army officer recorded a video saying that they get fresh and hot food from the administration at border as compare to Indian soldiers.
Hinting at Indian soldier’s video message in which he complained about poor food, the Pakistani officer expressed grief and sorrow and requested the government to allow him to share his food with starving Indian army men.
He also showed the food that included omelet, tea, nan channay and halwa.
“Our commander also ensures that the food we also get from our homes should remain fresh”, he continued.
The officer thanked army for the facilities it gives and chanted Pakistan Zindabad at the end of the video.
Earlier, in four different videos released online, the 40-year-old constable Tej Bahadur Yadav of BSF’s 29th battalion had talked about the appalling situation of the BSF constables deployed at the Line of Control in occupied Kashmir and the tasteless and inappropriate food served to them.
“We only get a ‘parantha’ and tea as breakfast without any pickle or vegetables… For lunch, we get ‘dal’ (pulses) which only has ‘haldi’ (turmeric) and salt… with roti. This is the quality of the food we get… we slog for 11 hours and at times we have to stand throughout the duty hours… how can a soldier do his duty?” he said.