Soldier who exposed Indian Army’s Sahayak'(Orderly) system found dead
The Indian Army officer Roy Mathew who appeared in a sting operation video, exposing how the senior officers of the Indian army treat the soldiers of lower rank, found dead after going missing from some days.
Just a few days before Mathew went on missing, a video was floating on the internet that featured Roy Mathew. In the video, Mathew disclosed and criticized the administrative faults in the Sahayak'(Orderly) system of Indian Army.
According to the reports, after the sting video was released, Mathew talked to his wife and told her that he is under immense pressure and being harassed by his seniors.
Right after the sting video was released, an investigation was launched against Roy Mathew.
In the recent past, dozens of such videos emerged on the internet, where the Indian soldiers are seen complaining about the working system of the Indian army. The Indian Army chief also gave a serious warning to his officers to not post any video on the internet, or else the soldiers will have to pay for such an act.
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