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By Our Staff Reporter
KOCHI, OCT. 1. About 100 activists of the Action Council for Cooperative Medical College were today detained by the police for disrupting the functioning of the medical college at Kalamassery. All of them, including women, were released later.
The activists barged into the administrative block of the college and prevented the staff from entering the office alleging corruption in appointments.
They demanded appointments of local people in the Class IV category and asked the management to give preference for locals in appointments in the skilled categories like nurses, assistant nurses, x-ray operators, laboratory technicians etc.
The activists said that the construction work at the college would be blocked if the college authorities did not call a meeting for considering local people for the appointments.
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