After Chhattisgarh, police demolish major plan for Naxal attack in bihar area

In Bihar, police were on alert after the Naxal attack on security forces in Chhattisgarh. Under this, a drive against Naxalites was launched by Jamui police. Police have found a large number of explosives in the same sequence on Wednesday.  Where it is planned to commit a major crime by Naxalites.

Jamui SP Pramod Kumar Mandal said that intensive raids are going to be launched in the forest areas of Bhimbandh from Wednesday morning. In addition to 207 Cobra Battalion, 215 Battalion Central Reserve Police Force, and Barhat Police Station Chittaranjan Kumar were also involved in this operation along with Jamui Police personnel. The SP said that with their lofty intentions, the Naxalites were trying to damage the security forces by trapping them in ambush zone and detonating ID in Bhimbandh forest bordering Jamui and Munger district with their lofty intentions, but Jamui police turned the tide on their intentions and their plan failed.

The Jamui SP said the Naxalites had placed a large number of IED explosives around Chormara and Bhattakol in the Bhimbandh forest. He said the Naxalites were planning to cause damage by blasting the security forces ID by trapping them in the ambush zone but the Naxalites plan failed due to the vigilance of the security forces. The SP said the security forces showed bravery and recovered 20 kg of anti-handling IED and 30 kg of power source command IED, which has been defused by the bomb disposal squad.

He said combing operations against Naxalites are continuing and are going to continue. As the police are informed about the movement of Naxalite squads in several villages in the forest areas of the district, vigilance has further increased in the entire district.

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