Photo: village Gekhi after the shelling.
We have learned more details of the successful special operation of the Mujahideen against Russian kuffar stationed near the village of Bamut.
According to KC's source in the headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Caucasus Emirate, around 8:30 PM 21 Muharram 1429 (28 January 2008), a 70 fighters strong Mujahideen unit attacked a kuffar base near the village of Bamut in Achkhoy-Martan district of the Wilayah Nokhchicho (Ichkeria).
The base was attacked by heavy machine guns, light mortars and grenade launchers. The shelling of the base lasted around 45 minutes.
One of the Mujahideen mobile groups closely approached a checkpoint and attacked it with grenade launchers.
According to more precise data, as a result of this attack 7 kuffar were eliminated and 9 were wounded.
4 military vehicles were damaged or disabled, including an armored fighting vehicle.
The checkpoint and barracks were partially destroyed or damaged.
After carrying out their fighting mission, the Mujahideen safely left the area of fighting. Kuffar and murtadin did not try to chase them. Reinforcements moving out from other locations were not observed. The Mujahideen did not suffer casualties.
In response to Mujahideen's actions kuffar opened indiscriminate fire from heavy machine guns, artillery, heavy mortars and armored vehicles.
The shelling lasted till midnight. Around one hour after the chaotic fire stopped kuffar began shooting again. The village of Gekhi in the nearby Urus-Martan district if the Wilayah Nokhchicho (Ichkeria), located considerably far from the kuffar base near Bamut, suffered from the artillery strike.
The shelling lasted more than 1.5 hours.
According to more precise data, as a result of the artillery strike 25 houses were partly destroyed or damaged. 10 cars belonging to village residents were damaged and disabled. There is no precise information about casualties among the peaceful population. Puppet regime representatives announced that nobody from the village residents was hurt.
The village suffered from shortage in gas and electricity supply.
KC's source reported that the next day after the artillery shelling, the ringleader of Chechen murtadin Kadyrov summoned a meeting with the occupation command. During the meeting Kadyrov looked confused. Speaking to kuffar he constantly stammered and talked in an apologizing tone. The ringleader of murtadin complained that the war ended long ago and therefore "the perpetrators should be punished". He asked kuffar "to compensate the damage" and promised to take part in the restoration.
Our attention is attracted to the fact that the same day when Gekhi was shelled and gunbattle near Bamut erupted, a delegation of the Swedish embassy visited Jokhar, "studying the peaceful life in Chechnya" on Moscow's request. Besides, businessmen from Austria and South Korea, encouraged to invest into economy of the "peaceful Chechnya", were visiting the occupied Ichkeria.