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Tragedy Strikes In Sudan: Indian National Killed In Violence, Govt Vows Support

  • Posted on April 17, 2023
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Tragedy Strikes In Sudan

Tragedy Strikes In Sudan:-

Indian worker in Sudan killed by a stray bullet, government vows assistance to family

The Indian government has pledged to extend "all necessary help" to the family of Albert Augestine, an Indian national who tragically died in the Sudanese capital city of Khartoum. The Victim, working for the Dal Group Company in Sudan, was hit by a stray bullet inside his home on Saturday. 

V Muraleedharan, the union minister of state for external affairs, has spoken to the victim's father, and efforts are being made to bring Augestine's body back to India. 

The minister has also confirmed that Augestine's wife and daughter, who were with him in Sudan, are safe. The Indian embassy in Sudan is coordinating with local authorities to make further arrangements.

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Power Struggle in Sudan Escalates into Violence, Death Toll Rises

The violence in Khartoum, which erupted on Saturday, has resulted in nearly 100 deaths so far. The clashes between the regular army and paramilitaries have been ongoing for three days. The incident occurred after weeks of power struggles between Sudan's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

The rising death toll in Sudan highlights the urgent need for government action to protect citizens

The death of any one human being is tragic, let alone the rising number of fatalities in the country. The situation in Sudan is deeply concerning, and the rising death toll is alarming. The government must take necessary steps to ensure the safety of all its citizens residing in the country.

V Muraleedharan
V Muraleedharan, the union minister of state

Expressing condolences for the loss of Albert Augestine and the violence in Sudan

Our hearts go out to Augestine's family and all those affected by the Violence in Sudan. It is a stark reminder of the fragility of life and the need for peace and stability in the world. We hope that the situation in Sudan improves soon and that all those affected by the violence find the strength to overcome this difficult time.

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