24-hour ceasefire in Sudan, 185 killed so far, 1800 injured

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24-hour ceasefire in Sudan, 185 killed so far, 1800 injured

Sudan War: People are hiding in homes in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. Hundreds of people have lost their lives in fierce clashes between the army and paramilitary forces. Thousands of people are injured. Dead bodies are scattered on the streets. An alert has been issued for people in Khartoum that it is unsafe to leave their homes. Overall, it is a horrifying scene. Meanwhile, according to a report in the Arab media, the ongoing conflict in Khartoum for the last four days has stopped for 24 hours. An agreement has been reached between the army and paramilitary forces regarding the ceasefire. 

According to media reports, due to the ongoing conflict in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, people are not able to fulfill their basic needs. People are dying due to lack of treatment. In fact, due to the violence, the situation in Khartoum’s hospitals has become extremely difficult. Health workers are not able to reach the injured. In such a situation, the number of dead is increasing. In such a situation, due to a 24-hour ceasefire, the needy will be able to get treatment. According to reports, 185 people have died in this clash so far. At the same time, about 1800 people are injured. However, international relief agencies working in Sudan say that these figures are wrong. The death toll due to violence is much more than this. It may be noted that before this both sides have claimed control over different parts of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan.

Earlier also there was a temporary ceasefire for three hours >

It may be noted that even on Monday, the army and paramilitary forces had agreed on a temporary ceasefire of three hours, but after that the conflict became fiercer than before. An Indian citizen has also died in the ongoing violence in Khartoum. Whose name was Albert Augustine. After this incident, India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar has expressed grief and said that the Indian Embassy in Sudan is making all efforts to help the family of the deceased. 

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