New Delhi: On the night of August 9-10 at the Kalindi Kunj MCD toll barricade in the national capital, a truck driver found it costly not to pay the MCD toll. Truck driver Vimal Kumar Tiwari told the MCD Flying Squad from wireless when the toll workers on the toll block crossed Delhi's toll block and stopped them in Sector 39 area of Noida and tolled Rs 1400. Instead of asking for Rs 14,600 for tax.
When the truck driver Vimal spoke of not having enough money, his flying squad men brutally beat him, killing the truck driver. The accused dumped Bimal's body in the area of Sector 39 on the banks of Yamuna. When the police found Bimal's body on August 10, Vimal's owner informed the police the next day that he had a quarrel with toll tax personnel last night.
When the police investigated, it was found that a company called Maharashtra Entry Point had taken a toll tax tender from MCD all over Delhi and even on that day, 7 bouncers of the company chased the truck from their vehicle and beat it to death. Noida Police has arrested seven bouncers in the case, while the manager of the company is still reported to be absconding.