One protester, Mujtaba Abdel Salam, was Murdered on Thursday by coup forces. He was run over by a vehicle belonging to the coup forces. The coup police stated that Abdel Salam died as “a result of a traffic accident during demonstrations”.
One Sudanese protester, Mujtaba Abdel Salam, was murdered on Thursday by coup forces, said Central Committee of Sudan Doctors.
The protester was run over by a vehicle belonging to the coup forces, the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors said on Twitter.
The death brings the total number of protesters that have died since an Oct. 25 military takeover to 95.
The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors later issued an official statement: “The total number of injuries reached (73) cases, including (3) injuries from live bullets (all of them stable), (12) cases of running over by vehicles belonging to the regular forces, (17) cases of head injuries from tear gas canisters.”
All these shocking and perverted abuses were documented by Al-Hadath, a news TV channel.
The Sudanese coup police announced on Friday the formation of a committee to investigate vehicle attacks and other human rights violations broadcast live on Thursday. The coup police call these incidents “individual actions” of its agents against the protesters.
In a later statement, the coup police defended their use of force as a necessary measure. The coup police also stated that Abdel Salam died as “a result of a traffic accident during these demonstrations”.
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