Chad’s decision military chamber said on Friday that six of its fighters had been killed in a fight close to the northern town of Nokou that brought about a few hundred killed on the radical side and 60 caught.
The different sides were battling on Thursday close to Nokou, which is around 20 km (12 miles) from where previous president Idriss Deby was lethally injured before in April, diving the country into emergency.
The board said it had effectively repulsed a revolutionary attack towards Nokou, and that its very own extra 22 warriors were injured in the experience.
“The quest for the last outlaws proceeds,” it said in an explanation.
There was no prompt remark from the revolutionaries.
The military board run by Deby’s child, Mahamat Idriss Deby, held onto power after the previous’ demise on April 19 and vowed to hold decisions inside year and a half. The northern radicals have dismissed that and are proceeding to battle the military in the desert.
The change and the fighting around it is in effect firmly watched in a country that is a force in focal Africa and a long-lasting Western partner against Islamist assailants across the Sahel.
On Thursday, a gathering portraying itself as an alliance of the agitators said they had directed Chadian armed force powers in the northwestern Tibesti area lining Niger.
Military representative Azem Bermendao Agouna later said this was not right and that there was no dissident alliance working around there.
Deby was executed as he visited troops battling Libya-based renegades from the Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT), which went against his 30-year rule. Resistance government officials have denounced the chamber’s supposition of force since his passing as an overthrow.