In Erode, the women who refused to travel for free on the government bus, got bad tickets and argued!

A video of 4 women in a government bus in Erode arguing with the conductor asking for a fare ticket after refusing free travel has surfaced on social media.

On the route from Chithot to Perundurai, the operator has given free travel tickets to 4 women who boarded the government bus at Rayarpalayam. In the video, the women are involved in an argument demanding that they be given a paid travel ticket, refusing to receive it. The four women, who refused a free ride unless paid, are halfway down.

Then in another video of a youth answering questions, the conductor refused to accept the fare and claimed that the conductor had dropped them half way. They also said in the video that they asked for a fare ticket instead of free travel because the minister referred to women as OC travel. A similar video has already gone viral in Coimbatore. It was found that the police and the AIADMK technical wing had spread it. In this case, the fact that the video has been released in Erode has raised doubts.

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