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KOLLAM: Doctors working in the hospitals facing allegation in connection with the death of Tamil Nadu native Murugan, who was denied treatment, are likely to be quizzed again.  The doctors of Kollam Mevaram Medicity, Ayathil Meditrina hospital, Meeyannoor Azeezia are Pongummoodu SUT Royal will be questioned again. The statement of the doctors and employees have been recorded earlier. Kollam city crime branch ACP A Ashok had earlier mentioned that there are flaws in the side of the hospitals.

The ACP had mentioned that scientific tests in connection with the death of Murugan have been completed. After examining all sides, they will move on to more steps including arrest. Cases have also been registered against these hospitals on charges of culpable homicide.

The probe is mainly focusing on the doctors who were on duty. Police is aware of the fact that nurses and other staff of the hospitals are not allowed to tend to a patient without the orders of the doctors on duty.

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