The daily life in the mountain city of Gharyan is going from bad to worse, a local resident told The Libya Observer.
Speaking on condition of anonymity for security fears, he said there is a severe shortage in fuel and several filling stations closed down for lack of fuel supplies, which come from Tripoli oil depot.
“People are buying food in large quantities and some small stores have run out of stock,” the eyewitness stated, adding “there is growing anger among the locals about the city’s status quo.”
The Health Ministry has announced that 21 people have been killed and 27 others injured due to the clashes in different frontlines outside Tripoli.
War on Tripoli started when Khalifa Haftar gave orders to his forces to march to Tripoli and "liberate it from terrorists."
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarrja met with the military prosecutor Fathi Saad Sunday and discussed bringing to justice all those who led the attack on several Libyan cities.
The meeting also saw discussions about filing and documenting current crimes and violations as well as human rights abuses done by several parties.
The Spokesman for the Libyan Army Mohammed Gununu has announced launching the Burkan Al-Ghadab (Volcano of Rage) military operation to defeat the coup forces and the outer-legitimacy forces across Libya.
In a press briefing on Sunday from Tripoli, Gununu said their forces have firm and accurate tactics that will foil all attacks by Haftar's forces on Tripoli.