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Police bust arms factory in Bokaro, arrest 2 Maoist sympathizers

ANI | 29 Oct 2015, 09:08 pm
Bokaro, Oct 29 (ANI): Police in Bokaro city of Jharkhand busted a mini arms factory and arrested two Maoist sympathizers running it. A joint operation was conducted by police along with paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) after they got information about Maoist rebels planning to disrupt the ongoing elections for local village council in the state and attacking police patrol parties. This mini arms factory was also a workshop where the two accused, identified as Kullo Prajapati and Talo Manjhi, also carried out repair work for Maoist weapons. Superintendent of Police (SP), YS Ramesh, said the two had a record of carrying out blasts in neighbouring Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. The two men were running the factory from the premises of their home itself. The joint team of police and CRPF seized three muzzle loading weapons and a wide variety of tools used for manufacturing arms and weapons.

Police bust arms factory in Bokaro, arrest 2 Maoist sympathizers

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