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Clashes between Sudanese Army and Paramilitary Force, Indians advised to take ‘utmost precautions’

The struggle for Sudan’s power escalated on April 15 as clashes were reported between the military and paramilitary forces. Panic gripped the country as explosions and gunfire were heard across Sudan's capital of Khartoum on April 15. Sudan's paramilitary, RSF said they had taken control of Presidential Palace, army chief’s residence and Khartoum airport. A Reuters journalist saw cannons and armoured vehicles deployed in streets, and heard the sound of heavy weapons fire. The army said the RSF had tried to attack its troops in several positions raising fears of a full-blown conflict. Earlier, RSF, headed by former militia leader Mohamed Dagalo, said the army surrounded its base and opened fire with heavy weapons. Meanwhile, Indians in Sudan have been asked to take utmost precautions and stay indoors.

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