At around 7 pm on Monday evening, the atmosphere got heated at Baltana Light Point when three buses of Haryana Roadways came to drop the children of KV School back from the tour. There was an argument between the bus drivers and the area’s army personnel over some issue and about 20 people were killed. There was a traffic jam for minutes. Seeing the increasing jam on Dhakoli road, the traffic police explained to both the parties and got the jam cleared. Giving information regarding the matter, Haryana bus driver Ramesh and conductor Pradeep Kumar said that they had gone to Karukshetra with a tour of KV school children and at around 7 pm when they were returning after dropping the children in the area.
As soon as they took out their vehicles, a soldier came and said that they had touched their vehicle. Whereas his bus did not touch any vehicle. Due to which they stopped us from going, so we parked the vehicles on the roadside and went inside with them. Due to which there would have been a traffic jam for about ten to fifteen minutes. After which the local police came and resolved the matter and now we are leaving with our three vehicles.
An intense argument between Haryana Roadways bus drivers and local army personnel caused a traffic jam at Baltana Light Point around 7 pm on Monday evening. The dispute arose when three Haryana Roadways buses were dropping off students from KV School after a tour. The altercation involved approximately 20 people and resulted in a brief disruption of traffic. The traffic police intervened promptly, resolving the issue and clearing the jam.
Providing details about the incident, Haryana bus driver Ramesh and conductor Pradeep Kumar stated that they had taken KV school children on a tour to Kurukshetra. Upon returning around 7 pm, an argument ensued with an army personnel who claimed their bus had touched his vehicle. The bus crew denied the accusation, asserting that no such contact had occurred. The disagreement led to a temporary roadblock as the buses were parked on the roadside. The situation caused a traffic jam lasting around ten to fifteen minutes. The local police arrived at the scene, successfully mediating the dispute. Subsequently, the Haryana Roadways buses were allowed to continue their journey, and the traffic jam was promptly resolved.