Landmine, IED seized in Bihar

A landmine and an IED planted by Maoists at a proposed polling station in a school under Kutumba Assembly constituency were recovered by securitymen early Wednesday.

Updated: Nov 03, 2010, 10:16 AM IST

Aurangabad: A landmine and an IED planted by Maoists at a proposed polling station in a school under Kutumba Assembly constituency were recovered by securitymen
early Wednesday.

Acting on an intelligence report, police carried out
a search of the school campus and seized the explosives
planted by the ultras, Director General of Police Neelmani
said.
A bomb disposal squad is at the spot to defuse the
explosives, he said.

Kutumba Assembly constituency in Aurangabad district
goes to poll in the sixth and final phase of elections in
Bihar on November 20.
Maoists have given a call for boycott of elections
in Bihar.

PTI