People of Şırnak who returns to their home are hopeful for the future

People of Şırnak who returns to their home are hopeful for the future

Added date : 2016-11-15 14:06

SIRNAK - In Sirnak which has been cleared from the PKK, return of citizens continuing who learned that the curfew has been lifted from 05.00 to 22.00.

People of Şırnak who returns to their home are hopeful for the future

Şırnak city center, which the curfew has been applied since March 14, 2016, it has been partially removed from 05.00. Children came together with their school, teachers, and friends after 246 days later returned to the city with their parents.

In order to not experiencing intensity, curfew will be lifted partly in neighboring like this; Atatürk and Vakıfkent today, City of Noah and Gündoğdu tomorrow, Aydınlıkevler and Ismetpaşa on November 16, Cumhuriyet and Gazipaşa on November 17, Yeşilyurt and Bahcelievler on November 18, Yenimahalle and Dicle on November 19.

Reactions to the PKK, which they caused people’s victims

Rauf Yürek, whose house was damaged because of detonated bombs which trapping by PKK in Yenimalle neighboring, said that they had returned to their homes after the curfew was lifted.

Yürek stated that he had come to the city to check the damaged house with the permission he had received from the security before, stated that citizens who came to the city try to relief their problems after the curfew has lifted.

"Allah may curse those who caused of those"

Yürek expressed that they believe everything will be okay in time and added, "We are doing the repair of our damaged house, the life will continue, and let Allah give the trouble to those who caused it. There are many people victimized. Allah may help us all. We believe this places will be more stunning if the State look after from now on."

Sinan Yeşilbaş, an artisan who returned to the city, stated that they started to work in cooperation to relief wounds.

He pointed out that many of the businesses have become unusable due to the attacks of the PKK, and they are beginning to clean up the less damaged workplace.

Yeşilbaş explained that they have come to the city and opened their work place after the end of the curfew, and said, "I hope we will see nice days, we are hopeful, everyone who returns to the city is busy with his home or business.”

Children who returned home after 246 days curfew, had excitement gotting together with their schools they longed for. On the one hand, the students met with their teachers and missed friends they met months later, education was being taught in the schools where the repair and renewal procedures were ongoing.

Merve Tonk a student said that they had left their houses due to the attacks and settled next to their relatives in Uludere district. Also another student names Yusuf Ziya, is back in Sirnak, he said he came to school he miss a lot as soon as he returned to Şırnak. (ILKHA)

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