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Maoists torch 1 machine at construction site in Bihar

ANI | Gaya (Bihar) | Updated: 15-05-2019 11:18 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 11:18 IST
Maoists torch 1 machine at construction site in Bihar

Communist Party of India (Maoist) allegedly torched one machine engaged in a road construction work in Gaya district on Tuesday night, police said. The incident occurred in Barachatti block of Gaya where a road construction work was underway. The Maoist burnt the JCB machine used for the construction activity.

At present, the work at the construction site has been halted due to the absence of another JCB. More details in this regard are awaited. (ANI)


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