Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu visits Şırnak tradesman


Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu visits Şırnak tradesman

Added date : 2017-03-08 09:01

SIRNAK - HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu visited shopkeepers in Şırnak where he came to be in some contacts.

Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu visits Şırnak tradesman

Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu, the President of HUDA PAR, visited Şırnak and listened to the troubles and problems by visiting the artisans who had passed through difficult days.

Yapıcıoğlu visited Kasrik and Kumçatı towns and visited the artisans at Atatürk Neighborhood Art Street after he met with the parties in Şırnak.

Listening to the troubles and problems of the tradesmen, Yapıcıoğlu said that they were the voice of the people and came to see and listen existence of troubles of Şırnak.

A Şırnakian named Veysi Güldürmez during the visits said that they are watching the work of Yapıcıoğlu and party officials with appreciation and said that they are followers in the visual media and social media.

"We want you to express in Ankara, the dramatic situation of the victims and the oppressed people of Şirnak, the people in the region,” said Güldürmez.

Artisan Lokman Bayar also told Yapıcıoğlu “If Şırnak is like this, it is because there is no unity and solidarity. The brotherhood is a beautiful mood, we hope that after this, we will be able to become brothers and have good days soon.”

Süleyman Özcan, a tradesman who stated that he had hard days due to the long-running operations in Şırnak and the curfew, expressed his victimization as follows, “I had a 5 storey building and a big stationery shop. All were destroyed during operations. We have 9 children but 5 are studying out of the city. There is a problem of housing in Şırnak because there is no shelter.”

Another artisan named Rahmi Bal said that there is bread if there is peace, everyone should protected the current peace. Abdulkerim Anık also reminded that six neighborhood were destroyed in Şırnak, saying.

“There is no house that people can live. State why not set up a container city for its citizens. Our people are very offended. A large part could not come to Şırnak because they couldn’t find a house. My family is in Kumçatı and I'm here. At least they should build a container city till they construct houses.”

Yapıcıoğlu, who listened to the troubles expressed by the artisans, stated that they also made an effort in order to be able to get rid of the victimized lives and said, "We came here to be your voice. We are here for this purpose. We will deliver your demands and suggestions to the authorities as soon as possible.”

Yapıcıoğlu also made conversation with the children traveling around the bazaar for a while. (Fırat Arslan - ILKHA)

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