Gurugram: A toll plaza booth employee in Gurugram’s Kherki Daula was allegedly abducted and beaten up when he asked a car to stop and pay the toll tax at the booth. Following his (toll employee) intervention, four men sitting in a Toyota Innova tried to run over him. The man was put on the car’s bonnet and dragged for nearly 6 km by the four men. Also Read - Schools in Haryana to Reopen From July 27; Colleges, Universities to Remain Closed Till Month-end
The entire incident was caught on CCTV camera. In the video, the employee was seen tapping the bonnet of the car, but this the car driver did not stop. “The car driver dragged me for 5-6 kilometres on his car’s bonnet on a speed of about 100 km/hr. He said,’You’ll stop my car? Even police doesn’t stop my car’,” news agency ANI quoted the victim as saying. Also Read - From Real to Reel: Bihar's Jyoti Kumari Who Cycled 1200 Km With Injured Father to Star in a Film Based on Her Journey
Here’s the video of the incident: Also Read - Haryana to Start Plasma Therapy For Treatment of COVID Patients After Approval From ICMR
Meanwhile, police have ordered an investigation into the matter.
The Kherki Daula toll plaza has witnessed a number of incidents of violence and confrontations including one in January this year when police created chaos at the scene and tried to flee without paying the tax.
More details awaited.