Civil war in Sudan: The bullets rain on the roof of these Indians trapped in Sudan, the request to return to their homeland is not heard!
Naresh Pareek / Churu. After the safe evacuation of Indians from Ukraine after the Russian attack, the lives of Indians trapped in the Sudanese civil war are now in danger. These days, in the battle for supremacy, clouds of crisis hang over the people. Like many states in the country, many people from Rajasthan are also stuck in Sudan. Many people are facing a shortage of food and drink, while many have had their wages cut off. The greatest danger is that bullets will rain down on the rooms where these people are hiding. Extremely frightened, these people implore the government to bring them back to their country of origin.
Worried about returning to their country of origin, these stranded people claim that no attention is paid to them. Ratangarh resident Mukesh Dular said he was only in the company hall. A request has been made to the Indian Embassy regarding his return to the country, but nothing is taken seriously. Getting nothing but insurance. Many people from different states, including Rajasthan, work in the Sila Ceramic Company of Sudan, who are now somewhat imprisoned there.
No salary, no passport and bullets every second!
Dular from Rajasthan, present in Sudan, says that the company in which he works did not even receive two months’ salary. Trapped in war, they have to do their job while eating tea and biscuits. Some have not received a salary for five months and others for six months. Everyone is upset. He said even the passport was not given by the company.
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Not only that, Dular also said bullets kept falling on the sheet metal shed where he was staying. Danger hovers all the time.
On the other hand, if reports are to be believed, hundreds of people have been killed and thousands are fleeing in the war that has broken out between the army and paramilitary forces factions in Sudan. A situation close to civil war is visible in large areas of Sudan. Let us also tell you that the government is running “Mission Kaveri” for the safe return of Indians trapped in Sudan, under which there are reports that 135 people from the third group reached Jeddah there. just a few hours away.
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FIRST POST: April 26, 2023, 10:57 a.m. HST