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Maoists allegedly set ablaze many vehicles :protest against Panchyat poll

Bhubaneswar(Odisha News Times Bureau)13/2/17: A few hours before panchayat polls began in Odisha,

    Maoists allegedly set ablaze many vehicles

kept at an Anganwadi Centre in Rengali Kuliamunda under Langer police station in Bolangir district and asked people not to participate in the polls started today.
According to information, about 20-25 masked persons came and set ablaze a JCB, three tractors and a vibrator machine.
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and police personnel have reached the spot and started a joint investigation into the incident, according to reports.

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