Two dreaded Maoists arrested in Bihar

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Police arrested two dreaded Maoists from a hillock under Kiul police station area in the district late last night. Police Superintendent of Lakhisarai Sushil Kumar said here today that two extremists of outlawed CPI (Maoist) were arrested from the hillock on the basis of specific intelligence input. He said other outlaws made good their escape by taking the advantage of darkness.

The SP said that the nabbed extremists had been identified as Jaichand Yadav, a native of Singhchak village under Kiul police station area in the district and Dharmendra Koda, a native of Bangrawa village under Jamalpur police station area in Munger district. Ultras are being interrogated, police officer added Read more

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