Masked attackers snatch voting machines in northeast India

GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) – About 500 masked men carrying guns and machetes attacked Indian election officials in a remote northeastern state and made off with computerized voting machines, officials said on Wednesday.
India’s mammoth election staggered over nearly six weeks ended on Sunday and were largely peaceful.
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Polling station, file image.
Polling station, file image.

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