The house of Mohammad Anees, a BSF head constable was burnt by rioters in Delhi. 35 houses were also burnt by rioters in a Khas Khajuri street. This place was the home of BSF constable Mohammad Anees.
After this incident, BSF has called its jawan to Delhi headquarters. BSF has announced to help this jawan. The BSF jawan Mohammad Anees did not even inform his senior officers about the incident. After getting the information of this incident, BSF found the jawan and talked to his father.
The BSF immediately offered to take the head constable Mohammad Anees’ father Mohammad Yunus, uncle Ahmed, cousin Neha Parveen to a safe place.
BSF DG Vivek Johri said, “We will give financial assistance to BSF constable Mohammed Anees. With this they will be able to rebuild their house again. Our team from Engineering Department has gone there and taking stock of the damage. BSF can assign the responsibility of rebuilding the house to a private contractor. Today, a BSF DIG rank officer has met the family of Mohammed Anees.”
Delhi: A team of Border Security Force today visited the house BSF constable Mohammad Anees, whose house in Khajuri Khas area was set on fire during #DelhiViolence. DIG (Headquarters) Pushpendra Rathore says, “He is currently posted in Odisha & soon will be transferred to Delhi”. pic.twitter.com/nEV0cLdijY— ANI (@ANI) February 29, 2020
According to the report, BSF will provide Rs 5 lakh help to the family of the jawan from its welfare fund. BSF said, “the jawan is going to get married after three months, it will be a gift from our side.”