"The two Central Reserve Police Force - troopers were killed in the landmine blast in Munger district when they were on way to a polling station in neighbouring Jamui parliamentary constituency."
Patna, April 10 - Two troopers were killed Thursday in a landmine blast in Bihar where polling is being held in six parliamentary constituencies, police said.

The two Central Reserve Police Force - troopers were killed in the landmine blast in Munger district when they were on way to a polling station in neighbouring Jamui parliamentary constituency.

The blast was triggered by the rebels near Sawa Lakh Baba Mandir close to Bhimbandh forest in Munger, about 175 km from here.


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