Two women with .65 pistols and 15 magazines arrested from Patna station

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Special Task Force on Thursday arrested two women with arms at Patna Junction railway station in Bihar.

News agency ANI reported that they recovered seven .65 mm pistols and 15 magazines from them.

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There are no reports on whether the two women were Maoists or belonged to any terror outfits.

This comes a day after the STF had arrested three Maoists with weapons from a village under Baruraj police station area in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district.

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STF team had raided Andaul village and arrested three Maoists, identified as Md Wasim Akram, Umesh Mahto and Raja Babu, all said to be members of the proscribed outfit CPI(Maoists), while they were taking part in a closed-door meeting with fellow ultras, said Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Ranjeet Kumar Mishra.

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