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Blast in poll-bound Nagaland kills one

PTI | 20th Feb 2013

Kohima: A bomb blast close to Dimapur railway station in poll-bound Nagaland killed one person Wednesday morning, police said.

Pradeep Thapa was going on his bike near the station when the bomb planted on the roadside suddenly went off killing him on the spot at 8 AM.

Police is trying to find out those behind the incident. In the meantime, the area has been cordoned off. 

EC team seizes cash in Nagaland 

An Election Commission surveillance team seized Rs 8.5 lakh in cash after it intercepted a vehicle allegedly belonging to the ruling NPF in poll-bound Nagaland, the third such recovery in the state.

The vehicle, according to sources, was intercepted yesterday in Phek district of the state by authorities which later intimated the EC-appointed observers in the state. The vehicle, which was carrying Rs 8.5 lakh in cash, was seized while the person travelling in the vehicle released on bond, they said.

The EC-appointed team has summoned the person for interrogation today while the NPF officials would also be asked to explain if the cash was of the party or any of its candidates, they said. Nagaland goes to poll on February 23. The EC has deployed a special team of observers to check the use of illegal money power in the state.

In the last few days, the EC has made big seizures in the state.Nagaland Home Minister Imkong L Imchen was arrested for allegedly transporting Rs 1.10 crore in cash and arms and ammunition in a vehicle in Wokha district. He subsequently resigned from the Council of Ministers. Another NPF candidate was apprehended with Rs one crore cash in a helicopter allegedly ferrying him.

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