Kerala police books Malayalam Actor Mammootty for violation of COVID protocols

Kerala police books Malayalam Actor Mammootty for violation of COVID protocols

The police reportedly said that Mammootty and Ramesh Pisharody were at the private hospital on August 3

A case has been registered against Malayalam actors Mammootty, Ramesh Pisharody, and nearly 300 others by the Kerala police for allegedly violating COVID-19 protocols during the inauguration of a medical facility at a hospital near Kozhikode.

The police reportedly said that Mammootty and Ramesh Pisharody were at the private hospital on August 3 for the inauguration of a robot-assisted service for joint replacement surgery. Apparently a huge crowd gathered over there for the event not long after. The cases against the actors and some of the hospital management staff have been registered under sections 4, 5 and 6 of the Kerala Epidemic Diseases Act, 2021.

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"Almost 300 people participated in the programme inaugurated by actor Mammootty. We have also registered a case against the hospital MD, COO and others under various provisions of the Kerala Epidemic Diseases Act," a police official was reportedly quoted as saying.

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