KC sources report that sporadic gunfire was heard on Tuesday morning, September 11, in Sunzha district of the Caucasus Emirate Province of Ingushetia. However, the intensity of the explosions of shells decreased as compared with the previous day, but the shootings still continue.
No detailed information is available is on what is happening there. All Russian news agencies keep silence. Western agencies do the same, except for an Indonesian Islamic news service Arrahmah which quotes the Kavkaz Center.
Russian military helicopters are now patrolling over woodlands near the villages of Chemulga, Berd-Yurt, Arshty.
It is to be recalled that yesterday the sources of the Kavkaz Center reported about large-scale fightings with the use of Russian aircraft and heavy artillery started on the border between two provinces of the Caucasus Emirate, Chechnya and Ingushetia.
The fightings are taking place in the areas of Chemulga, Berd-Yurt and Artshty in Sunzha district of Ingushetia, according to the sources.
Russian bombers were engaged in them starting early Monday morning till noon. Explosions and shots of heavy artillery were heard since the second half of the day till midnight.
Military helicopters were also actively used by foreign invaders for missile strikes on woodlands. At midnight, the gunfire was still heard.
The roads leading to the villages in the combat zone are closed since early Monday morning. Residents of Ingushetia are extremely concerned about the concentration of such a large number of armed gangs and vehicles of Russian invaders. People are afraid of mass arrests and killings.
KC sources earlier reported that a huge military convoy moved to the CE province of Ingushetia via the Chechen village of Ekha-Borze (aka Assinovskaya) on Sunday afternoon.
The convoy included enemy APCs and military trucks, in total about 90 vehicles. It seemed that it probably belonged to some special units of Russian invaders.
The KC sources assumed that the convoy was heading to the foothills of Sunzha district to participate in the fightings against the Mujahideen.
Apparently, these assumptions are now confirmed.
Attention is drawn to the fact that the Russian media do not write anything about the latest developments in the Sunzha district.
Meanwhile puppet sources in Ingushetia reported that Russian invaders proclaimed a so-called "counter-terrorist operation regime" in the mountains and forests of Nazran, Sunzha and Malgobek districts of Province of Ghalghaycho.
In the report distributed by the command of invaders, it says that "a number of limitations have been imposed in the area", which include total searches of homes and individuals, detentions, blocking of the roads and whole districts, etc.
The population of Ingushetia is requested "not to go to the mountain and forest areas, which are proclaimed the areas of the counter-terrorist operation", and not to interfere with the actions of foreign invaders.
Department of Monitoring