Turkish authorities arrest more Kurdish citizens on charges of belonging to “Kurdistan workers’ party”

Hussam Al- Din Ali –

Turkish authorities have arrested 15 Kurdish nationals accused of belonging to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in simultaneous operations in four provinces based in the northern Kurdish province of “Wan”.

On Friday, Turkish authorities announced that gendarmerie teams were continuing their operations against the PKK.

The authorities said that simultaneous operations were carried out against the suspects, and that the headquarters of operations in “Van” state also carried out operations in The State of Shernak, Ankara and Istanbul against members of the “internal secret organization in the cities” of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), according to the authorities.

She said 15 suspects were arrested and detained at the headquarters of the operations carried out by a decision of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Wan, and the suspects were brought to the One County Gendarmerie command to follow up on their detention and trial proceedings, the authorities claim.

It should be noted that the Turkish government administered by the Justice and Development Party arrests civilians, especially Kurds, simply because they are suspected of belonging or simply because they are convinced of the ideas of the Workers’ Party or even democratic ideas, and pursues them and imprisons them for an unknown term of investigation and trial, the CHP revealed in a report that Turkey is issuing a list of the most violating countries of human rights.

Translated by : khoshbin sheikho.

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