Police seize ammunition from Maoist hideout
Patna: A day after six CRPF troopers were killed in Bihar, security forces Friday seized nine "pressure cooker bombs" and six improvised explosive devices (IED) Friday, police said.
The discovery was made by a joint team of the Central Reserve Police Force and state police, CRPF Inspector General M.K. Sinha said.
Sinha told IANS over telephone that the CRPF will continue its combing operations against Maoists in the areas bordering Jharkhand.
"CRPF will go ahead with its combing operations against Maoists, we will will pull them out of hiding in the forests and hilly areas," he said.
He said that death of the six CRPF personnel would not derail the fight against Maoists.
According to police, the six died in an explosion in the Chakharbandha forest area, about 100 km from here.
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