Khartoum Security Committee calls for peaceful processions
Khartoum, Mar 31 (SUNA) – The Khartoum State Security Committee called for the necessity for commitment to the peaceful processions and not to allow saboteurs to join the peaceful demonstrators, in order to avoid acts of sabotage and injuries.
The committee in its meeting which held yesterday, renewed its directives concerning the continuation of the joint forces against the unlicensed vehicles and all the negative phenomenon.
The committee announces that traffic will be as usual on Thursday the, bridges will be open and communications will not be cut off, pointing out that it will perform its duties towards securing processions and gatherings by enabling protestors to deliver their message.
The Committee, further, called on citizens to gather processions in public squares in the localities in coordination with their security committees, and to stay away from hospitals and educational institutions.
It banned the gatherings in the center of the capital.
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