On Thursday, the Sudanese Health Ministry said that 46 people had been killed by the Sudanese military in a crackdown on anti-government protests.
"A joint investigative commission has been created. It has already started working on the cases and has discovered preliminary evidence of the [accused military members'] guilt ... They have been placed under arrest and will soon be transferred to the judiciary authorities," TMC said in a statement.
Long-standing popular protests in Sudan culminated in a military coup on April 11, when then-President Omar Bashir was overthrown and detained. TMC took over and pledged to organize a new presidential election within two years. The protesters have meanwhile remained in the streets demanding that the military yield power to a civilian authority.