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Advocate Saravvanan R | Top Ranking Criminal Lawyers in Chennai India | HC said toll cost is too high for facilities offered The bench also said even the introduction of Fastag also did not function to facilitate congestion in the toll road. At least one state in India believes that the costs collected at the National Highway Authority from the Indian Toll Plaza in the region are high - a high court, precisely. Tamil Nadu HC recently noted that the costs collected by NHAI in toll booths in the state are quite excessive, especially compared to facilities provided as a substitute for allegations. Not only that, the first bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy also said even the introduction of Fastag also had not served congestion with what was claimed. According to the PTI report, Madras High Court, then, recommended NHAI work on improving the infrastructure facilities provided in the state. The bench made observations while hearing pills from advocates based on Tiruchi in terms of petitions who tried to prevent Nhai from collecting toll costs from vehicles that passed Tambaram-Tindivanam square in Tamil Nadu. The petition noted that the concession agreement had expired. Not only that, the Petitioner's counsel informs the bench that is in accordance with the rules of 6 ((6) (b)) of the NH fee (determination of the rates and collection) of the rules, 2008, NHAI has the right to collect only 40 percent. Furthermore, only the temporary settlement certificate incurred for the toll square mentioned above. However, the petition continued, NHAI was allowed to gather full casualties. It also continues to discuss striking deficiency in service. This problem has been adjourned for two more weeks

Advocate Saravvanan R | Top Ranking Criminal Lawyers in Chennai India | HC said toll cost is too high for facilities offered The bench also said even the introduction of Fastag also did not function to facilitate congestion in the toll road. At least one state in India believes that the costs collected at the National Highway Authority from the Indian Toll Plaza in the region are high – a high court, precisely. Tamil Nadu HC recently noted that the costs collected by NHAI in toll booths in the state are quite excessive, especially compared to facilities provided as a substitute for allegations. Not only that, the first bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy also said even the introduction of Fastag also had not served congestion with what was claimed. According to the PTI report, Madras High Court, then, recommended NHAI work on improving the infrastructure facilities provided in the state. The bench made observations while hearing pills from advocates based on Tiruchi in terms of petitions who tried to prevent Nhai from collecting toll costs from vehicles that passed Tambaram-Tindivanam square in Tamil Nadu. The petition noted that the concession agreement had expired. Not only that, the Petitioner’s counsel informs the bench that is in accordance with the rules of 6 ((6) (b)) of the NH fee (determination of the rates and collection) of the rules, 2008, NHAI has the right to collect only 40 percent. Furthermore, only the temporary settlement certificate incurred for the toll square mentioned above. However, the petition continued, NHAI was allowed to gather full casualties. It also continues to discuss striking deficiency in service. This problem has been adjourned for two more weeks

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