The address that Military reported was "clean" found out to be PKK’s arsenal
SIRNAK - In the research operations after the clashes ended in Sirnak on the 3rd June, in Bahcelievler neighbourhood that was reported to be “clean”, PKK’s arsenal was found including big cache of weapons and ammunition.
In the research work out that carried on Sirnak that launched on the 14th March and ended on the 3rd June, reported to be “clean” by military, in Bahcelievler neighbourhood, PKK’s arsenal was found with big number of weapons and ammunition.
According to reports, in scoop of operations that launched on the 14th March and ended on the 3rd June, due to PKK militants leak into the province frequently and their ammunitions not to be found, research works carried on.
In the research facilities carried on by the police department, in the Bahcelievler neighbourhood that reported to be “clean” by the military, PKK’s arsenal was found.
Despite the arsenal was reported by the police department previously, the arsenal was found after the commando brigade commander and 23rd divisional commander of gendarmerie carried out research work outs and reported the neighbourhood was “clean”.
In the address, 20 Kalashnikov brand long barrel guns, 3 bikser brand long barrel guns, 2 hunting guns, 3 rocket launchers, pistol, binoculars, night vision binoculars, mortar, 35 mortar ammunition, 7 hand radios, 56 rocket launcher ammunitions, 56 magazines, 42 handmade explosives, 3 bomb launchers, 4 grenades and 10 thousand bullets were caught.
Reportedly the province was bombed remotely in the operations carried out by the divisional commander and Cakirsogut gendarmerie commander and they finished the operations without cleaning the PKK militants.
The arsenal found in the Bahcelievler neighbourhood was impossible to be missed by garrison was on duty in the region, reported.
After the operation was completed, PKK militants leaked into the Bahcelievler neighbourhood that was in the vision of Cakirsogut gendarmerie commando brigade commander many times, reported.
Frequently denying the leak of the PKK militants into the region, major-general Baysar remained silent after the camera records were shown by the police forces, reported.
The operations launched on the 14th March, were carried out by command of the 2nd army commander general Adem Huduti, 23rdgendarmerie border divisional command major-general Abdullah Baysar and Cakirsogut gendarmerie brigade command brigadier-general Ali Osman Gurcan and police forces. The operation, ended on the 3rd March, as a result of the operation, 240 barricades that trapped with handmade explosives were removed, 39 pits filled, 539 handmade explosives approximately weighting 50 tons destructed. 498 PKK militants were killed and 4 thousands and 131 houses were searched.
The generals were taken under custody
Taken under custody in scoop of FETÖ’s coup attempt, Malatya 2nd army commander general Adem Huduti, 23rd gendarmerie border divisional commander divisional-general Abdullah Baysar and Cakirsogut gendarmerie commando brigade commander brigadier-general Ali Osman Gurcan, were taken under custody for justifications of “Attempt to Oppose the constitution” and “Trying to destruct Republic of Turkey by using power and attempt to block their duties partly or completely”. (ILKHA)