As 2.15 crore voters in Bihar are set to elect their state government through voting, Central Reserve Police Force recovered two improvised explosive devices from Aurangabad’s Dhibra and diffused them successfully. The Election Commission has declared 33 of 71 seats as “sensitive or hypersensitive” constituencies. As many as 31,371 polling stations have been set up for the first phase of the Bihar assembly election.
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Bihar Elections: 2 explosives recovered and diffused in Dhibra, 33 seats declared ‘hypersensitive’
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