A viral video depicting a heated altercation between a man and a group of women at a medical store in Banda, Uttar Pradesh, has garnered widespread attention online. The dispute reportedly erupted over a Rs 100 loan, escalating into a physical confrontation captured on camera.

In the footage, tensions quickly rise as the women involved engage in a physical altercation, pulling hair and exchanging slaps amidst the chaos. Amidst the commotion, one woman is heard threatening to involve higher authorities, mentioning the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of the Police.

The video, initially shared on X (formerly Twitter) by the account ‘Ghar Ke Kalesh’, was accompanied by the caption, “Kalesh b/w Medical Store owners and Ladies in Banda UP.”

Following its circulation on various social media platforms, the Uttar Pradesh police addressed the incident. In a statement, they clarified, “In this instance, a minor dispute arose between the two parties over a loan of Rs 100. The woman involved submitted an application indicating that the matter had been resolved and requested no further legal action be taken.”

Since its upload, the video has amassed over 90,000 views, prompting a flurry of reactions in the comments section.

The incident serves as a stark reminder of how minor disputes can quickly escalate, highlighting the need for peaceful conflict resolution and the importance of avoiding violence. As the video continues to circulate and elicit diverse responses, it underscores the power and impact of social media in shaping public discourse and bringing attention to local incidents.