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         Posted on :08:43:02 Jul 10, 2017
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kadinamkulam police have launched efforts to apprehend those who were responsible for a clash at a bar hotel that led to two police officers sustaining injuries.

Kadinamkulam Sub-inspector KV Bineesh Lal and senior civil police officer Anil Kumar were hospitalised after they attempted to intervene in a clash that broke out in a bar among two groups by around 10.30 pm on Saturday.

Incidentally, they were part of the team that was escorting a military officer, who had come to attend a function at the Sainik School in Kazhakuttom. After being alerted of the tense situation in the bar, they rushed to the spot to resolve the issue.

They were allegedly attacked by a gang involved in the clash. Mr. Lal sustained significant head injuries after being attacked with a heavy object. While coming under attack, Mr. Kumar suffered from uneasiness and had to be rushed to the Chirayinkeezhu government hospital. He was later referred to the Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital, where he was found to have suffered a mild cardiac arrest. The crowd soon dispersed as the situation threatened to spiral out of control.

Efforts are currently on to nab those responsible behind the incident, many of who have been identified, the police said.

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