Khartoum, Sept. 28 (SUNA) - A number of Sudanese citizens, on the basis of common right, filed a lawsuit against Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Al-Amin Terik and others for their call for undermining the civil state authority, threatening the transitional period, inciting hatred, violence and tribalism, and sabotaging the national economy by sabotaging railways and pipelines transporting petroleum products and blocking the road linking Khartoum to Port Sudan.

The lawsuit was filed against Terikk at the Prosecution Office of Crimes against the State and Terrorism, under No. 36.

The law suit was opened by the complainant, Lawyer Iman Hassan Abdel -Rahim,  Ahmed Ibrahim Hamid Saeed, a journalist and Abdullah Ali from the resistance committees of west of Omdurman and others representing the resistance committees in the twin towns of the capital.

The Prosecution office addressed the Red Sea State government to notify it on whether the oil pipeline was really closed, or the road between Khartoum and Port Sudan was cut off, or the railway tracks were dismantled, the size of the losses as a result of what Terik and his followers did, the extent and damage to the country and the citizen, and what is the extent of the criminal impact of the act against which the information is field.

It is noteworthy that no orders have yet been issued to arrest Terik, pending the response of the Red Sea State government and the reinforcement of the complaint with testimonies of witnesses from the scene of these violations.


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