The Sudanese Ministry of Information said that “military forces fired live bullets at the demonstrators who rejected the military coup in front of the General Command of the Army, and inflicted a number of wounded security personnel.”
The ministry added that “the masses of the Sudanese people, who reject the military coup, defy the bullets, and reach the vicinity of the General Command of the Army.”
The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors said in a statement that at least 12 people were injured in clashes in Khartoum today, Monday.
In the same context, Sudanese media said that a number of demonstrators were injured in clashes in front of the army’s general headquarters in Khartoum, during the protests rejecting the army’s seizure of power.
And the media, quoting eyewitnesses, reported that several people were injured in clashes between Sudanese soldiers and demonstrators against the army’s seizure of power, while they were trying to approach buildings that house military headquarters in Khartoum.
Pictures and videos showed protesters crossing barriers and entering the street surrounding the army headquarters in Khartoum, amid reports of a military coup and the army’s seizure of power.
At dawn today, Monday, the Sudanese army arrested a number of ministers, including Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok, and leading civilian figures.
Source: RT + Reuters