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Bihar: Maoists kill 2 traders

Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna | January 29, 2008 09:55 IST

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Two traders were shot dead by Maoists in Bihar's Jamui district late on Monday night, police sources said.

According to police sources, Maoist rebels attacked Bamdah Bazaar under Chandramandi police station killing two traders and injuring some others.

The victims were identified as Vishnudeo and Sukdeo.

"Over 100 armed Maoist attacked the house of Vishnudeo and Sukdeo. Both were dragged out and shot dead," police officials said.

Police began combing operations against Maoists who escaped to the nearby forest.






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