As indicated by one of the exiles, Solomon Tesfamariam said he has heard that few evacuees have been killed by the psychological militants in Hitsats and Shimelba displaced person camps. The outcast added that six displaced people were killed as of late at Mai Ayni exile camp and memorial service was conveyed for just one of them, Suleiman Mohammed. The rest are not yet covered, he uncovered. Solomon further revealed to ENA that three displaced people have passed on because of the absence of medication and two moms are in basic condition following the burglary of medications and other clinical supplies given to evacuees by the TPLF.
The whereabouts of in excess of 70 adolescents who were as of late kidnapped from Mai Ayni cover are obscure, he added. We are not allies of any ideological group but rather evacuees,” Solomon said, noticing that the unlawful gathering should be emphatically denounced by the global-local area. “Three individuals have kicked the bucket this week because of the absence of clinical treatment. So I might want to ask for the sake of exiles that the worldwide local area should denounce this power.”
Another Eritrean exile, Gedey Tesfazgi expressed that “we have been exposed to abominations and experienced untold maltreatments because of the psychological militant gathering TPLF.” Many female outcasts have been assaulted and youngsters younger than four had been snatched, he uncovered. “We, along these lines, demand the public authority to give us a protected entry to a protected asylum,” Gedey requested.