KC sources report that the heroic Mujahideen of the Caucasus Emirate attacked Russian invaders who travelled in an APC escorting a vehicle which brought water for them. The attack was carried out near the village of Bamut in Ingushetia on Thursday morning, September 13. As a result, 6 Russians were killed and several others severely wounded. The wounded enemies were taken to a local hospital in the town of Achkhoi-Martan for surgery.
After some time, two Russian war planes appeared over the forest and bombarded empty hills for nearly four hours. The Russians also used heavy mortars for the same purpose. The bombardments lasted till noon.
Police puppets from Achkhoi-Martan claimed in private gossips that a Mujahid was allegedly wounded, but there were no fatalities among the Mujahideen.
It is to be mentioned in this connection that the command of Russian invaders keeps silence about Mujahideen attack. Russian media do the same.
The KC sources also report that Russian puppets have spread information that the command of Russian invaders intends to evict residents of the Bamut village and other villages in the Sunzha district - Arshty, Chemulga and Berd-Yurt - from the mountains to the plane.
The Russians allegedly decided to deport the residents of Bamut to the district center of Achkhoi-Martan, and the residents of the other villages in the Sunzha district to the town of Ordzhonikidzevskaya.
According to the KC sources, Kadyrov's puppets from Chechnya carried out a punitive raid on the village of Bamut in Ingushetia and seized mainly young Muslims, including 13-year old school children, after the recent sabotage attacks in Achkhoi-Martan and Sunzha districts in Ingushetia.
Many of them were severely beaten by Kadyrovites. At least three teenagers were delivered with serious injuries to a local hospital. The Kadyrov's thugs menaced to kill the children if their parents report about the incident.
The Kadyrovites also forced the beaten young men, residents of Bamut, to sign an obligation that they would not leave the area.
Department of Monitoring