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Prior to elections, Maoists are driving six blasts in Chhattisgarh, 1 killed in a separate Indian news meeting


A Superintendent of the Borderlands Police Police was injured when maoists reported that six IED blasts were in Kanker in the Chhattisgarh area on Sunday, a day before voting in the region.

In another event, one Maoist was blown into a meeting with security forces in the Bijapur area across resistance to Chhattigsarh.

Police reported that a set of six IED blows had been triggered by Maoists to target security forces between the Kattakal and Gome villages.

The blast was held at 8.30am when there was a team of BSF on the usual dominance of the area in the Koliyabeda area. The area comes under the Antahgarh assembly constituency of where the ASB Vikram Usendi has been hibernated by BJP at the assembly elections.

Kanker, SP KL Dhruve, BSF superintendent, Mahendra Singh was released to hospital after having litter and bullet injuries.

Shortly after being warned, the reinforcement was released to the location and place where the injuries were removed from the forest.

"We have launched the operation of combustion in the area after the blast," added the SP.

On the expiration of the Bijapur area, the general police director (anti-naxal operation) DM Awasthi said the fire exchanged in the forest from the boundaries of the Bedre police station when there was a team of Special Task Force (STF) surgery.

Security has increased in seven regions of the Bastar division and the Rajnandgaon area are going to vote in the first phase on Monday (November 12) and about one lak security personnel has been used to ensure elections are held in smoothly.

The Maoists have called voters for cycling and surveys.

The first phase of the surveys covers 18 constituencies of eight areas affected by the maoist – Bastar, Kanker, Sukma, Bijapur, Dantewada, Narayanpur, Kondagaon and Rajnandgaon. The remaining 72 constituencies will be testifying to vote on November 20. The number of votes will be held on December 11th.

First published: November 11, 2018 10:45 AM

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