Ahmed and Ali's records of Federal intercession are verified by remarks from the Federal Police Commission representative, Japan ABD who revealed to Add Standard, "The cases that the Federal Police is occupied with conflicts with Adhara Special Forces isn't accurate." He added, "The government police commission is a nonpartisan police constrain, it is helping the two social orders like-mindedly to diminish strains, and It is doing as such to settle the contention calmly and to decrease the deficiency of lives and property."
On his part, Ahmed Hassan, Aroma Special Zone chairman addressed Aroma Broadcasting Network (CBN) and supported Hassan's tale about the purpose for the beginning of the contention, he said, "An promo was slaughtered when he was leaving the mosque in At aye and his demise lighted the brutality." He didn't make reference to who was behind the assault on the individual however he added, "We attempted to tackle the matter by addressing seniors locally to exhort quiet and tolerance, yet that didn't succeed and the contention raised." He clarified that there are continuous endeavors by the government police to reestablish quiet.
Ongoing conflicts come in the background of comparable occurrences and show examples of a long-standing clash that guaranteed lives and properties and like past scenes of savagery negating accounts were introduced. Last time neighborhood experts in At aye accused outfitted minute men "partnered with Oromo Liberation front (OLF)" for the brutality, experts in Demise fault the local state's unique powers as the underlying reason for the savagery, this time around witness declarations fault the territorial uncommon powers while the provincial government blame both OLF-Shene and TPL for being behind the viciousness.
The assaults come additionally in continuation of inconsistent ethnically and strictly inspired scenes of brutality that unleash devastation across Adhara Regional State since November 2019, they likewise come as the line of clashes among Ethiopia and Sudan escalates, as the Ethiopian government blames Sudan for crushing Ethiopian authoritative establishments, overwhelming military camps, murdering and dislodging occupants, and obliterating their harvests and properties.