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4 BSF jawans, 2 civilians injured in IED blast in Bijapur district

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Bijapur, Nov 14: Six people, including four BSF jawans, have been injured in IED blast triggered by Maoists in Bijapur Ghatti, 7 km from Bijapur, on Wednesday.

BSF jawans injured in IED blast in Bijapur Ghatti today, being treated at district hospital in Bijapur. Courtesy: ANI news

P Sundarraj, DIG-Anti-Naxal Ops, said, "Four BSF jawans, one DRG and one civilian injured in IED blast in Bijapur Ghatti. All injured have been admitted to a hospital in Bijapur."

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The attack comes after the voting for the first phase of assembly election in Chhattisgarh ended on Nov 12. On polling day, five personnel of the Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) were injured in the encounter that broke out between Bijapur's Pamed area. Five Naxals have been killed in the gunfight.

The Naxals had threatened the voters that their fingers would be cut if an ink mark was found on them, but the voters showed courage and exercised their democratic right.

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