Sources of Dagestani Mujahideen report on official website VDagestan from Botlikh District of the Mountain Sector Province of Dagestan about concentration of large number of Russian troops.
The website notes that it regularly receives information from local residents for quite a long time about sending of Russian invader columns of armored vehicles and Russian soldiery in the Mountain Sector Province of Dagestan, but neither Russian "officials" nor so-called "human right" media report anything about these movements.
New information about an invaders' APC fallen into precipice near the village of Sagada came from Didoi District of the Mountain Sector Province of Dagestan. It was found out that the APC exploded and did not fall into precipice, as claimed by the aggressors. Moreover, a lot of ammunition was inside the APC, which increased the power of the explosion.
A large number of Russians died in the explosion. The website's source could not give exact figures of Russian losses, but said: "There were a lot of Russians dead, but the media kept silent about it".
Local residents also learned from Russian soldiers that invaders intend to block all forest areas, and to strike on woodlands from the air.
The website reports that the editorial staff received a letter from a Muslim of Didoi District of the Mountain Sector Province of Dagestan expressing bewilderment at behavior of some residents in one of the villages in the area:
"All the invaders' forces in the Didoi District are stationed near villages, on the roads, but nowhere else in the area the invaders dare to comb the woods! The only village where the invaders feel comfortable is the village of Sagada. There, as we know, some wicked residents give Russian invaders food, the village is full of aggressors, and only in this village the Russians dare to approach woodlands!
There are many Jihadi sheikhs coming from the village of Sagada. Sheikh Mujahid Muhammad of Didoi, who martyred, Insha'Allah, this spring in Kizlyar Sector, was a native of this village. Therefore it is surprising and perplexing that some residents of Sagada give food to the Russians".
Department of Monitoring