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Mumbai: Two held for stabbing Bandra-Worli Sea Link toll-booth attendant

11 Sep 2017 | By Ramya Patelkhana
Mumbai: Toll booth attendant assaulted, stabbed

Mumbai's Bandra police arrested two men, 22-year-old Rahul Rege and 25-year-old Paleshwar Chavan, for stabbing a toll booth assistant, Amol Chavan, at Bandra Worli Sea Link.

The incident took place when Amol stopped their car for toll payment; the duo tried to speed away which led to a scuffle.

Amol, who is currently critical, is in the ICU at the city's Lilavati Hospital.

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11 Sep 2017Mumbai: Two held for stabbing Bandra-Worli Sea Link toll-booth attendant

BWSL Toll PlazaAccused try to flee the spot after stabbing

Rahul Rege and his mother along with Paleshwar Chavan were traveling in an Innova from Bandra to Worli.

They refused to pay the toll at BWSL leading to an argument; Paleshwar pulled out a knife and stabbed toll-booth attendant Amol Chavan in the stomach.

They tried to flee the site but others at the booth overpowered and handed them over to the police.