The Sudanese army announced the escape of large numbers of the Rapid Support Forces from the Omdurman region towards the west.
In a statement posted on Facebook today, Wednesday, he accused the Rapid Support Forces of violating the armistice in residential neighborhoods, and committing looting of banks and shops in the vicinity of Al-Hilal Stadium in Omdurman.
He also said that the Indian ambassador informed him that the embassy had been stormed and its property stolen.
This comes amid mutual accusations ahead of the armistice, which is supposed to start on the fourth of this month and for a period of 7 days.
The fighting that broke out on April 15 between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) saw air strikes and artillery battles.
On Khartoum and the neighboring cities of Omdurman and Bahri, which left the streets empty of any manifestation of civil life.
The battles have so far killed at least 500 people and wounded thousands, but the number of casualties may be much more as a result of the ongoing fighting.
Meanwhile, thousands of people have fled from Khartoum and its surrounding areas to other, safer states, amid scarcity of food and drinking water, power outages, and high fuel prices.