Sudan Conflict: The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned on Tuesday (April 25) amid the ongoing violence in Sudan. WHO claimed that during the ongoing war in Sudan, the fighters have entered the Central Public Lab and captured it. According to the WHO, the lab captured by the fighters contains samples of serious diseases including polio and measles. In such a situation, a very dangerous situation has arisen.
Nima Saeed Abid, the WHO representative in Sudan, told reporters in Geneva via video-link that the occupation of the central public health laboratory was worrying. If the ongoing war is not stopped, the situation can become dire. They are afraid that after taking possession of the laboratory, there should be no unnecessary tampering, otherwise it can be dangerous for humanity.
Fighting continues in Sudan
Significantly, the power struggle between the army and paramilitary forces continues in Sudan. This fight is going on between General Abdel-Fattah Burhan of Sudan’s army and RSF Chief General Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo. Due to this conflict, Sudan is on the verge of being completely destroyed. Countries adjacent to Sudan have also expressed concern about this. Here dead bodies are scattered on the streets. Many hospitals are closed. People are forced to hide in homes.
India is evacuating its citizens safely
So far more than 400 people have died in the ongoing civil war in Sudan, while thousands of people are injured. Citizens from all over the world including India are stranded here. The work to save them is going on. The Government of India has launched Operation Kaveri to evacuate its citizens from Sudan, under which Indian Naval Ship (INS) Sumedha has left Port Sudan for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia with 278 people. This has been confirmed by the Ministry of External Affairs of India. Along with this, other countries of the world are also engaged in rescuing their citizens.
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