Defence and Security

Dark side of Army’s social media groups

Mar 2, 2017
By Ali Ahmed
 
One of General Bipin Rawat's early concerns into his tenure is social media. He had barely taken charge of the Army when the BSF trooper at a post under Army jurisdiction, along the Line of Control, sent out a social-media salvo on poor food being served. It set off posts by uniformed personnel, including Army soldiers, similarly exercised by myriad perceived impositions on them, such as “Sahayak” (batman or soldier-helper) duties. 
 
Read more at: http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/comment/dark-side-of-army-s-social-media-groups/371308.html
 
The Tribune, March 2, 2017

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