A successful sabotage operation has been carried out by the Mujahideen in the Khasavyurt district of CE Province of Dagestan. Sources of Russian aggressors had to admit that a minion policeman has been eliminated and at least 2 others wounded as a result of ambushes.
The Mujahideen attacked minions on the road between Khasavyurt and Gadara. Enemy traffic police members were eliminated at 07:20 am on Thursday.
Meanwhile, sources of Dagestani Mujahideen reported on website VDagestan that aircraft of Russian invaders had been bombing the outskirts of the village of Osmanyurt in Khasavyurt district since the morning of Thursday.
According to the website which cites local residents, two Russian attack aircraft were circling over the village, first as if making a fun of it, but then they suddenly started to bomb the forest. The villagers are at a loss to understand why the forest was bombed. "The forest is small", surprised Muslims said.
At the same time, there are reports of airstrikes on the outskirts of the village of Novosasitli in Khasavyurt district. After the bombing, Russian special forces came. They entered the village and blocked it. Eyewitnesses reported shooting, but whether it was a fighting or invaders just shot for nothing, was not reported. No data on possible casualties is available.
It is to be recalled that according to Russian sources, a so-called "special operation" is underway in the village of Novosasitli.
Meanwhile, Russian planes and helicopters are flying over the village of Novosasitli. The invaders, backed by armored vehicles, comb the outskirts.
"Fighters flying over Novosasitli and bomb the environs of the village, but for us, who live in the village, it is not clear what they are bombing. The bombing is intense and is carried out in several series", said a local resident said.
Russian military vehicles entered the village. "For now, no one can say what is going on. People are a bit in a shock, some are scared. People gathered in the streets. The village exits are blocked, it is impossible to enter or leave the village", said another resident.
Later, another local resident said that the surroundings of the village were combed by the Russians with support of more than 50 armored vehicles.
"Half an hour ago, we heard short bursts of automatic rifles, after which a military helicopter appeared. The head of the village as well as the district police station do not know what is happening. The exits from the village were already opened, but people had to pass first through a checkpoint of Dagestani security forces, and then through a Russian one"- a report states.
Meanwhile, very contradictory information has been reported from Untsukulsky district of Dagestan.
Yesterday night the invaders reported that a member of the gang of special forces was wounded and 3 Mujahideen were blocked in a private house during a battle in the village of Balakhani.
But in the morning, the Russians changed their news stories. According to their new data, no fighting took place in the village itself but it occurred in surrounding areas.
Local residents, in turn, report about 4 killed people in the clashes. According to rumors which are often spread by the KGB, a member of Russian "special forces" and 3 Mujahideen were killed.
However, the invaders do not confirm this information and insist that a commandos member was wounded during the battle.
Meanwhile, VDagestan sources report that actually 3 Russian soldiers from "special forces" were killed and an enemy element was wounded in the battle on the outskirts of Balakhani. According to the report, the Mujahideen left the battle zone without casualties.
Local residents say that the invaders imposed the so-called "counter-terrorism regime" in Balakhani and in the village of Maidansky in Untskulsky district of Dagestan.
Meanwhile, the Russians bombed with heavy mortars a boarding school during classes in the city of TemirKhanShura (former Buinaksk).
The boarding school is located on the outskirts of the city. Russian media write that the school was attacked by their "146th motorized brigade of the South Military District", which carried out "exercises for fire adjustment".
At least two mortar shells fell and exploded in the courtyard of the school. At that moment, all the children were in the classroom. The invaders claim none of them was hurt.
At the same time, Russian invaders brazenly wrote that upon hearing explosions in the yard, teachers and children had allegedly decided that the school was attacked by the "militants".
The command of invaders announced that "the bombs could get on the school territory from the landfill "Dalniy" at a time when they were carrying out their "fire adjustment" there.
Department of Monitoring