Sudan Violence: Violence in Sudan – military and paramilitary forces clashed, capital echoed with firing, India issued advisory, 10 big things

Sudan Violence News: The countries of the African continent have become in a state of civil war in Sudan. Here in the capital Khartoum on Saturday (April 15) fierce firing and explosions took place. Bloody clashes are taking place between the Sudanese Army and the paramilitary ‘Rapid Support Force’. Due to the violent action, there has been uproar across the country. The death of many people is being feared.

Flights have been stopped at Sudan’s international airport. In such a situation, it will be difficult for the foreign nationals living there to leave. According to media reports, many planes have also caught fire. There are also reports of attacks on the army headquarters and the central defense ministry in Khartoum. Gunshots are heard from several buildings.

  1. Advisory issued by the Government of India
    Amidst the infighting in Sudan, the Indian Embassy in Sudan has issued an advisory. Embassy said on Twitter, "Alert to all Indians… In view of the firing and clashes in Sudan, all Indians are advised to take utmost care, stay indoors and stop moving out with immediate effect. Please also keep calm and wait for more information."
  2. People living in Sudan are asking for help
    A young man named Surendra Yadav living in Sudan appealed to the Government of India for help. she tweeted, "We are 13 Indians staying at Hotel Kanan, 15th Street, Khartoum, please let us know how we can come to India."
  3. Such violence, civil war situation
    The reason for the dispute is said to be the demand to include Rapid Support Force in the army. It is reported that the Sudanese army wants that the Rapid Support Force (RSF), which comes under the paramilitary force there, should not be included in the army. The RSF, on the other hand, gives itself the status of an army. Support Force (RSF) attacked and claimed that they are now in control. The Rapid Support Force (RSF) said on Facebook that it had completely taken control of key government sites in the capital Khartoum and some other cities.
  4. Places in the capital- Troop deployments in place
    Amid rising tensions in Khartoum, troops have been deployed at various locations in the city.

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