Paying or not paying the toll has always been a problem in our country and this latest incident shows just how terrible the situation can get.
This is a video showing two women punching each other at a toll plaza in Nashik. The video from the Pimpalgoan toll has been doing rounds on the internet recently. We often come across such events on a daily basis where someone thinks that they are not supposed to pay the toll tax due to some reason. However, this often results in a quarrel with the toll operators. But physically assaulting the workers there is certainly not the way to resolve this issue.
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Women Punching Each Other At Toll Plaza
This post has been retweeted on social media multiple times and the netizens are pouring in comments from all across. In this video clip, the woman from the car gets out and starts assaulting the toll operator physically. Reportedly, the passengers refused to pay the toll tax. However, the reason why they thought they were exempted from paying the tax is unknown. Nevertheless, this argument turned violent and the two women got physical in the middle of the road.
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They are seen pulling each other’s hair, slapping and punching one another. For a long time, they refuse to let go of each other. The toll staff is trying to break the fight but to no avail. The enraged women couldn’t care less about the nuisance they were creating on the road. At one point, they were also heard hurling abuses publicly. Finally, the lady staff at the toll plaza intervened and separated the two women. All this while, most people were busy making videos on their phones.
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Such incidents are not uncommon. The most prevalent reason why people think that they should not be paying the toll tax is the fact that they are locals who often need to cross the toll just to go to the local area on the other side. They are not using the highway, per se. However, there has to be proper documentation for that with which the toll operators could ascertain that it is so. Whatever the case may be, we hope that such issues will be resolved by the authorities by providing specific rules pertaining to such scenarios.
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