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Bastar woman critically injured in Maoist IED blast

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 19 June 2024 ()
A woman named Jogi was severely injured in a Maoist IED blast in Nadpalli village, Bijapur district. The incident occurred near the Telangana border. CRPF personnel transported Jogi to a primary healthcare center, and she was later taken by ambulance to Bijapur district hospital. A similar blast had injured a man in the Tarrem area.
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