In a video circulating on the social media has spotted a woman fighting with a soldier after taking her license. From the video spotted a woman was seen exchanging words with a soldier after her car hits the soldier's car on a highway. The woman in the video was heard saying her husband is a soldier and for that matter she knows her right and she demands her license from the soldier.
According to the woman she was in her lane when the soldier crosses her with his car. She said, "I'm in my lane and you cross me with your car". The soldier asked the people around to see it for themselves and judge who is at fault.
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The video has received massive reactions from the social media users. A lot of people are calling on security agency to arrest this woman while a lot people are also calling on the soldier to release the license to her.
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