The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors has identified 108 martyrs killed by the Janjawid militias and the Military Coup Council since the General Command massacre [on Monday June 3, 2019], and the subsequent killing in neighborhoods and roads in the capital and regions.
Of these heroes, we were able to count more than 40 bodies that were taken out of the Nile yesterday. A number of martyrs were recovered from the Nile today; we do not know the number and so they were not included in these statistics.
-64 martyrs were counted in the various hospitals of Sudan in both the capital and the regions
-4 martyrs were shot dead inside their homes, including three children in front of their mother, in addition to air navigation officer Professor Mohammed Ahmed Abdulqayoum.
– There are more than 500 people with bullet wounds in various hospitals in the capital and regions. The situation of most of them is serious, requiring surgical intervention.
– The medical staff are facing great difficulties in hospitals that are overcrowded with the injured and wounded- the few numbers of doctors and the difficulty they face in reaching hospitals, logistical difficulties related to the shortage of blood banks, difficulty in [blood] donors being able to get to the central lab and the hospitals’ blood banks, in addition to the shortage of emergency aids, intensive care beds and anesthesia. This may lead to the loss of more people.
We confirm as always that the number of martyrs is greater than what we shared above and that we are still in constant investigation about those missing, despite the suffocating security restrictions and the difficulty of field communication and the complete interruption of the Internet service in Sudan.
The Sudanese revolution is victorious, the tyrants and the Janjaweed are falling.
The Committee’s Media 5 June 2019