Explosive material found in Bihar-MP, uproar in the dept
Explosive material found in Bihar-MP, uproar in the dept

Patna: Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) teams have seized IEDs and detonators in raids at different places in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. The security agency conducted the raids on 22 November. The trouble of security agencies has increased due to the seizure of a large amount of explosive material from the spot. It is now being ascertained where the explosives were to be used and from where it was brought. The persons from whom the explosives were seized are also being questioned. 

On behalf of CRPF, it was told that the team of 205 Cobra raided Laduiya Pahar village in the Thana Madanpur area of ​​Aurangabad district of Bihar on Tuesday. 13 detonators, 4 can IEDs and 600 meters of cordtex wire have been seized in the operation here. Explosives are being ascertained. Similarly, teams of CRPF's 148 Battalion and Madhya Pradesh Police jointly raided Bhurastola village under the Garhi police station in Balaghat district. 3 detonators, 5 kg urea, 375 grams gelatin, 1 steel container, electric wire, and battery were seized here.

IED is also a type of bomb, but it is somewhat different from military bombs. Terrorists use IEDs to cause massive damage. As soon as the IED blast occurs, there is often a fire on the spot, because deadly and incendiary chemicals are used in it. Especially the terrorists plant the IED on the side of the road, due to which it gets blasted by stepping on the feet or the wheel of the vehicle. To trigger an IED, the terrorist uses methods such as remote controls, infrared or magnetic triggers, pressure-sensitive bars, or trip wires. Sometimes they are laid on the side of the road with the help of a wire.

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