Minister Soylu visits the family in Silopi
SIRNAK - Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu visited the condolences of two brothers’ family those lost their lives after an armored police vehicle hit the house in the past few days.
“One of our police officers was arrested, the other proceedings continue,” said Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu related to an armored police vehicle hit a house in Şırnak’s Silopi and caused the death of two children.
Soylu and accompanying delegation together with the Silopi District Governor Savaş Topal visited the family who accepted the condolences in Osman Mosque. On May 4, in Karşıyaka Neighborhood 715. Streets an armored police vehicle hit a house, destroyed the wall and killed brothers Muhammad, 7, and Furkan Yıldırım, 6.
Soylu, here in the explanations, after the accident, the families with patience stuck to this pain, said:
Soylu said here, “We believe that Muhammad and Furkan will welcome us in paradise. The investigation has begun and it is going on right after that and our chief prosecutor has made the necessary investigation about the matter immediately. We came to Silopi to visit this painful family. And Allah may not show such pain again. One of the police officers is arrested and investigation continues for the other one. The father of the children, the grandparents, and the mother showed great fortitude. From the time we got here, they showed us the same understanding that they accepted us today, and we want you to know that our hearts are with them.”
Salih Yıldırım, the grandfather of the children who lost thier life, thanked the Minister Soylu for his visit and said, “Mr. Minister has given us the honor of coming here. From the first hour to the present, our governor, our district governor and our security officers did not leave us alone. Allah may be pleased with you.”
Father Mesut Yıldırım stated that he lost 2 out of 5 children and said, “Thank you for not leaving us alone on this painful day.”
Meanwhile, Minister Noble had a conversation for a while with the women whom he met on his way to the neighborhood. (ILKHA)