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RAPID SUPPORT FORCES CONDUCT RAIDS ON 5 PRISONS IN INTERNAL SUDAN, LIBERATING CONVICTS

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The Sudanese Interior Ministry announced in a statement on Wednesday that rapid support forces stormed 5 prisons and released inmates from April 21-24. The Interior Ministry said: ‘A force from the Rapid Support Forces stormed Kober Prison, killing and wounding a number of prison administration employees, and was in able to release all detainees’. And the Sudanese military confirmed on Wednesday that former president Omar Al-Bashir is still being held in the army’s Alia hospital, under surveillance by the judicial police. ‘The military’s position on this matter will remain clear, which is its categorical rejection of any desperate attempt to link what is happening in prisons with any contest over its national position,’ the military said. in a statement attributed to the office of the official spokesman of the armed forces, which was published by the General Command on its Facebook account. He explained that Al-Bashir and others were brought in in hospital ‘in relation to their health conditions and according to the recommendations of the medical authorities in Kober Prison’. Tuesday, i media Sudanese cited the leaders of the Bashir regime, held in Kober prison, who said in a joint statement that he made the decision to protect himself after ‘leaving’ prison. The joint statement, read by Ahmed Haroun, former governor of North Kordofan state and former Bashir regime official, added that they are ‘ready to surrender to judicial authorities when requested’. Haroun explained that they’ve ‘moved in another place’ outside the prison, noting that all the inmates ‘came out’ last Sunday. On Sunday, the rapid support forces accused army leaders of carrying out a mandatory evacuation of all prisoners from Kober prison, including the leaders of the Bashir regime. However, the army’s statement on Wednesday said the military is releasing these clarifications ‘to block pretexts and prevent the massive disinformation that some rebel spokesmen have been promoting to confuse people,’ referring to the Rapid Support Forces

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

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