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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The city police are zeroing in on the culprits of the alleged attacks on hospitals that were reported a day ago.

The Valiyathura police arrested a youth in connection with the alleged vandalism of a multi-specialty hospital in Valiyathura.

The accused has been identified as Benoy, 21, of Valiyathura. He is suspected to be one among the four persons who allegedly vandalised the hospital. The accused is believed to have been involved in a brawl with another person, who had been admitted in the hospital when Benoy and his accomplices unleashed violence.

Meanwhile, the Fort police have commenced a probe into the violent incident that unfolded at the Attukal Devi Hospital on Sunday.

While a case had been registered against around 15 persons, the police have been able to identify two among them. However, they were both absconding.

In their complaint, the hospital alleged that as many as six of its employees, including superintendent Prakash Janardhanan, had been assaulted by the gang that had accompanied a patient who was injured in an accident. The hospital also claimed that equipment and furniture worth Rs 5 lakh had been damaged by the miscreants.

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