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HYDERABAD: A call made by an unidentified person stating that a bomb was planted at Apollo Hospital in Jubilee Hills and it would explode anytime has turned out to be a hoax on Monday.
The miscreant made the call to hospital around 5.30 p.m. The authorities immediately alerted police who, in turn, rushed bomb disposal (BD) squad.
After checking the building for more than an hour, the BD team confirmed that no explosive substances were not found.
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