Patna: Two troopers were killed on Thursday in a landmine blast in Bihar where polling is being held in six parliamentary constituencies, police said.
The two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers were killed in the landmine blast in Munger district when they were on way to a polling station in neighbouring Jamui parliamentary constituency.
The blast was triggered by the rebels near Sawa Lakh Baba Mandir close to Bhimbandh forest in Munger, about 175 km from here.
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