Mohammed Saad Kamil
Khartoum 3-6-2021 — Hundreds of thousands of young men and women emerging from the womb of the revolution gathered to commemorate the martyrdom of dozens of their comrades who were killed two years ago while guarding the slogans of the revolution in Salamiyah.
The advancing crowds flocked, as they seemed, in Salamiyah, where the enemies were hot, in front of the gondola tray, to head towards the cabinet in crowds blocking the horizon, calling for the slogans of the revolution and demanding retribution for the martyrs and the wounded and the return of the missing, while they warn that the government should go if it does not fulfill the revolutionaries’ hopes and the principles for which their faithful companions were martyred.
The scene, despite its enormity, was peaceful, not tainted by an iota of violence, neither in action nor in words, and was accompanied by columns of police cars, which people saw with their own eyes how their cars distributed drinking water among the gatherings of demonstrators.
The demonstrators raised banners and chanted slogans asking for retribution and retribution for those who assassinated the martyrs of the glorious December revolution in a wild night and a plotted plot. Condemns the killer wherever he is and the demonstrators demanded in their slogans the completion of all legislative and judicial organs of government.
The visual media and the national television broadcast the scenes of the revolutionaries commemorating the painful memory in a stable and non-demagogic order. A mature revolutionary act that sends an eloquent message that the revolution is alive and throbbing in the hearts of young people.
With the revolting crowds and the overcrowding of the area in the center of Khartoum, the movement of traffic and roads remained passable in the rest of Khartoum, and the roads leading to the General Command were not drunk except around the headquarters. Interestingly, the police are guarding the roads leading to the leadership, which is another revolutionary development.