Gurugram: Scenes of chaos and confusion prevailed for the second time at Sirhaul toll plaza on the Delhi-Gurugram Expressway on Saturday as commercial vehicles queued up on one side of the high-speed corridor to obtain Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags.Said tags have been made mandatory for them to enter the national capital. Being a weekend, the toll plaza operators did not witness any traffic congestion but the situation is expected to become challenging on the weekdays. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderCommercial vehicle owners, who were busy filling up forms and taking pictures of their vehicles in order to obtain the tag, stated that some of them had to travel a long distance to acquire the tags. “I had no information about the tag system. Another driver informed me in the morning and I had to travel all the way from Bhiwani to Gurugram to get the tag,” said Sukhwinder Singh, one of the affected drivers. Another driver, Raju said- “The process of obtaining a tag is tedious and time-consuming. People like us who work every day hardly get time for these things.” Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsA few drivers said they were aware of the mandatory RFID tags but chose to buy the same at the last minute as they needed to save money. “I saved some money in the last few days before applying for the tag at Sirhaul border. Anyway, I am not going to earn any money on the weekend because of the time-consuming process of obtaining the RFID tag,” said Govind Ram, a driver who came from Jaipur. Some other commercial vehicle owners went to Aya Nagar toll plaza to obtain the tag. Drivers have stated that it took around 15 to 20 minutes to obtain the tag after submitting the form with the center.