Indian Embassy requests Indians in Sudan to stay indoor amid intense clashes between Army and Paralimitary forces
Taking note of intense clashes between army and paramilitary forces in Sudan, Indian government has issued an advisory for all the Indians to stay indoors on Saturday afternoon.
“In view of reported firings and clashes, all Indians are advised to take utmost precautions, stay indoors and stop venturing outside with immediate effect. Please also stay calm and wait for updates,” Indian Embassy in Khartoum tweeted.
Several rounds of firing were heard in Sudan’s capital Khartoum amid the simmering tensions between the military and the country’s paramilitary forces.
Sudan’s paramilitary Rapid Support Forces claimed to have taken control of the presidential palace, the resident of Sudan’s Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Khartoum’s international airport.
In a statement released by RSF, it has been informed that forces have taken control of the Republican Palace and Khartoum’s international airport and ‘arrested’ those who attacked it base.
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