CC: Battles all over Ingushetia: 20 Russian occupants eliminated
- Battles all over Ingushetia: 20 of Russian occupants eliminated
Wednesday, 10 October 2012
Freedom fighters from Ingushetia informed Chechen sources about battles in Datikh (village), in Malgobek (city), and in the entire Sunjensky District. According to rebels, Russian occupants are keep losing their men on all fronts.
Battles increased since last Tuesday where hundreds of Russian occupants got into ambush in the village of Datikh around 5pm. Northern Invaders believe they have lost about 12 men. Russian convoy managed to survive 'somehow' and switched to counter-attack. Rebels escaped back to the mountains and settled down to give the Russians a defensive fight. The battle is to be continued between Northern Invaders and Freedom Fighters from Ingushetia.
Another Russian convoy was attacked in the city of Malgobek around 6pm when the occupants were rushing to assist their gangs in Datikh. Liberation forces of Ingushetia planned to meet the "back-up" group of occupants on the way from Malgobek to Datikh. As soon as Russian occupants intersected downtown street Nuradilovo, Ingushetian resistance opened fire eliminating 6 more of occupants and injuring many more. Surprisingly, destroying Russian convoy Ingushetian rebels melted down straight in downtown withing a minute and no one has been found yet.
Invaders use artillery all over Sunjensky district bombarding "peaceful" villages and cities. Citizens of Ingushetia are keep writing to all instances asking for help from Russian artillery which is very brave against the innocents.
Chechen rebels on the border are also planning to join their brothers in Ingushetia since the Russians are sending more and more of their troops. Just to inform that Chechen groups on West of Chechnya are fully under field-commander Tarkhan who is one of the most important leaders for the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, likewise Gakayev and Vadalov and many more.
ChechenCenter is waiting for more information from the Chechen resistance to find out new results of national struggle for independence.
Special correspondent for ChechenCenter from occupied Chechnya