The Madras High Court has asked the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to construct separate lanes at toll plazas.

According to PTI, the Madras High Court has instructed the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to create a separate lane at toll plazas for VIPs and sitting judges across India. It took the decision to curtail the unnecessary harassment and delays faced by VIPs and judges at toll plazas, as per the report.

Justices Huluvadi G Ramesh and MV Muralidharan passed the interim order directing the NHAI to issue the circular to all toll plazas across India. It mandates that toll plazas should have a separate lane so that vehicles of VIPs and sitting judges can pass through without any hindrance.

The court will issue a show cause notice to the concerned authorities in case there is any violation of the order.


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