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Apollo Hospitals fined for damaging road infrastructure in Hyderabad


Apollo Hospitals fined for damaging road infrastructure in Hyderabad
The letting out of the waste on to the road was causing inconvenience to the public and ambulance service, the release said. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Apollo Hospitals here was fined Rs 2 lakh by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Wednesday for allegedly letting out effluent onto the road thereby causing damage to it.

Commissioner of the civic body M Dana Kishore, who inspected some areas, identified the problem caused by the private hospital and imposed the fine, said a press release from the Municipal Corporation. The letting out of the waste on to the road was causing inconvenience to the public and ambulance service, the release said.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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