The Sudanese Doctors Union estimated the death toll at 863 and 3,531 wounded after 34 days of heavy fighting and mutual accusations between the warring parties.
Rapid Support Forces (FAR) Lieutenant-General Mohammad Hamdan Dagalo, alias Hemedti, and one of the leaders of the warring factions in Sudan, he personally supervises the battles in Omdurman, Bahri and Khartoum, said his advisor, Hafez al-Zein.
Speaking to the local television, Al-Zein He denied reports of the death or injury of the senior paramilitary commander and Lt. Gen. Abd al-Rahim Dagalo. said the twothey move between forces to lead battles.
The military, he said, will not abandon the positions under their command since the fighting began on April 15 and blamed the Army for starting the conflict.
His forces are legally stationed protect hospitals and provide services to the medical staff of hospitals and residents in the capital, mentioned.
Civilian death toll rises
Meanwhile, the Sudanese Doctors Union considered at 863 dead and 3,531 wounded after 34 days of heavy fighting and mutual accusations.
However, the Sudan Institute of Health claims many others are deceasedwhich does not appear in his report due to the difficulties of movement and the dangerous security situation in the country.
Violence and fighting never stop, mainly in Khartoum, the capital, despite ongoing ceasefire agreements between the parties.
The unsustainable situation has forced more than a million people to leave their places and take refuge in remote parts of the country without the conditions to live or go to neighboring nations.