Turgut: The economy of Diyarbakır collapsed
DIYARBAKIR - HÜDA PAR Deputy Chairman Vedat Turgut, visited Diyarbakır Commodity Union (DTB) together with a delegation.
HÜDA PAR Deputy Chairman Vedat Turgut, visited Commodity Union (DTB) together with a delegation including Diyarbakır HÜDA PAR chairman Şehmus Tanrıkulu.
Visiting Diyarbakır Commodity Union with delegation, HÜDA PAR delegation held a joint meeting with DTB president Engin Yeşil. In the meeting the evaluations were conducted about agenda, opinions were exchanged.
Indicating that the chaos was brought to the region together with the conflict environment, sufferings that people are experiencing and the deaths are not a right method of defending rights, Vedat Turgut said ditch policy that persistently perpetuated is harming citizens.
“The economy of Diyarbakır collapsed”
Turgut said: “The ditch policy is not benefiting civilians but even harming them. The lives of citizens are under threat around the places of ditches. They even do not want to stay there for a moment. We have all witnessed that after lifting the curfew how people migrated from there. Now the plight of our region is very obvious. Considering that Dağkapı and Balıkçılarbaşı areas are main commercial centers, at this point we can say that the economy of Diyarbakır has collapsed.”
"Those who harmed mostly are civilians"
Stating that the conflicts moved to the city center also should be criticized, Turgut said: "We absolutely against deaths and we must do everything to stop death of a human being. Today, with the clashes being brought to city centers the civilians are harmed the most. Due to these methods our citizens are losing both their lives and assets.”
Indicating that conflicts between the state and PKK should be ended and PKK should remove the conflicts from city centers that they brought to settlements, Turgut said: “We have already said that we are not going to be parts of conflicts and we will continue voice it. But if necessarily the conflicts are going to continue than they should be out of city centers as they were before, where it won’t harm civilians.”
“We expect the continuation of these visits"
Expressing their satisfaction with the visit, DTB president Yeşil said that they became very happy with the visit and they would expect more visits in the future, Yeşil said: “Getting to know eachothers is only possible with this kind of visits. Insa Allah our exchange of views will continue to prepare better environments for our citizens.” (ILKHA)