Government forces are leveraging their control of Mar'ib, a strategically significant and resource rich city east of Sanaa, to launch a multi-axis offensive on the rebel-held capital. He continued to be a leader despite being forced to resign as a result of the people's protests.Moreover, after an attempt to assassinate him in Al-Nahdeen Mosque, everyone thought Saleh was done, but he spent months receiving treatment for his burns at Riyadh Military Hospital and surprised everyone with his return to continue to rule Sanaa and lead political and military battles.
There were earlier reports that the Houthis blew up one of Saleh's houses, after storming the property.
"This is after he and his men blockaded the roads and killed civilians in a clear collaboration with the enemy countries of the coalition", the statement said.
Sayyid said Saleh and other top party officials had came under Huthi gunfire as they fled Sanaa.
Saleh was killed two days after he publicly broke off ties with the Houthis, amid intense street battles between the rival factions that led to the killing of dozens of people.
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The rebel alliance splintered last week, setting off heavy clashes between the Houthis and Saleh's forces.
Veteran former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has been killed in a shooting after switching sides in Yemen's civil war, abandoning his Iran-aligned Houthi allies in favour of a Saudi-led coalition. He remained, however, a key player in the years that followed and played a pivotal role in the country's ongoing conflict.
Moving to take advantage of the chaos, President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, whose government is backed by a Saudi-led military coalition, ordered his forces to advance on the capital.
In March 2015, a Saudi-led coalition intervened to reinstate Hadi's government.
As president, Saleh had been a close ally of both Saudi Arabia and the United States, which considered him a partner in the fight against al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen and a bulwark against the influence of Iran.
"You can not say this is the end of his political movement, but it's a very big blow", he said. Saleh's death complicates this, though control of the his fighters may shift to his son, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, or his nephew, Tariq. The Saudis had publicly welcomed Saleh's about-face, but any hope of a radical change in the balance of power in the conflict appears to have been terminated along with Saleh's life. In recent weeks, Houthis have claimed responsibility for rocket attacks against targets in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which Gulf leaders have publicly accused Iran of helping facilitate. "Before there were two leaderships, two different agendas, two different ways how to win the war".