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Maoists attack school meant for cops' accommodation during election

Gaya, Mar 16 (UNI) In pre-poll violence, dreaded Maoists attacked a school which was selected for providing accommodation facility to police personnel during Lok Sabha election at Sondaha village under Banke Bazar police station area in the district late last night.
Police said that extremists of outlawed CPI (Maoist) torched a tent and a generator kept at Sondaha primary school where police personnel were going to stay during Lok Sabha election in a camp being opened inside school premises.
Sources said that Maoists also burnt some other commodities at the school and made good their escape from the spot.
Senior police officers were investigating the matter.
As it is, Gaya Lok Sabha constituency will go to the poll in the first phase of election on April 11.

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