50 lakh citizens flee Khartoum, the capital of Sudan

  • Violence continues in Sudan
  • The Government of India set up a control room for the security of Indians in Sudan
Citizens flee Khartoum

Khartoum (Sudan) – According to UN Secretary of State for Sudan Volker Perthes, 180 people have been killed and 1,800 injured in the ongoing conflict between the military and paramilitary forces. 50 lakh people have been displaced from Khartoum as a result of the conflict. There are many foreign nationals stranded in their homes without electricity and water. Albert, an Indian citizen, was killed in the firing that took place on 16th April.

The Indian Embassy has appealed to Indians there to be vigilant as the conflict in Sudan continues. A control room has been set up by the Union Government for Indians stuck in Sudan. There are total 4,000 Indians in the country. 1,200 of them have settled there for many years.

Control room contact for Indians in Sudan

Toll Free Number : 1800-11-8797

Phone number : +91-11-23012113, +91-11-23014104, +91-11-23017905

Mobile Number : +91-9968291988

E-mail Address : [email protected]

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