HUDA PAR: We reject the relevance of blind violence in seeking rights!

HUDA PAR, commenting on the massacre carried out by the PKK in Kulp, district of Diyarbakir, said the blind violence was an atrocity that is never compatible with the interest of Kurdish people and serves completely different agendas.

HUDA PAR Headquarters released a statement commenting the PKK attack that killed 7 civilians in Kulp, a district of Diyarbakır, a southeastern province of Turkey.

HUDA PAR strongly condemned the attack, in which villagers went to collect wood were massacred, underlined that the wave of violence is not a panacea for the problems of Kurdish people.

"Massacres have nothing to do with seeking rights"

It is stated that the massacres have nothing to do with the seeking rights.

"Tens of thousands of innocent civilians, even though they have been no direct or indirect sides to the conflict, have been massacred in the conflicts that have taken place in our region for 35 years," HUDA PAR said.

Unfortunately, the use of blind violence in the name of seeking rights and seeing the wave of violence as a way out continues to be excused by some.

"In fact, it is known that the massacres carried out at this point have nothing to do with the claim of rights, that blind violence is an atrocity that is never compatible with the interest of the Kurdish people and serves completely different agendas," HUDA PAR noted.

"The Kurdish people have a number of problems that are waiting to be solved"

The Kurdish people have a number of problems that are waiting to be solved. However, the method of armed conflict, which has been carried out in the name of the 'claim of right' for a long time, has become a difficult obstacle to overcome in front of talking with reason on a reasonable basis, let alone finding a solution to the problem.

The wave of violence is not a panacea for the problems Kurdish people, it is only for warlords who are fed by the dirty conflict.

"The state should develop new solution-oriented measures to block the conflict process"

If the armed organization is really considering the interests of the Kurdish people as it claims, it should now remove the weapon method from its options that most harms the Kurdish people.

The state authorities should also develop new solution-oriented measures to block this conflict process, which harms Turks and Kurds and everyone and focus on legitimate and reasonable claims.

"On this occasion, while cursing the perpetrators of the abhorrent massacre in our town of Kulp, we once again offer our condolences to the families of those who lost their lives," HUDA PAR said at the end of the statement. (ILKHA)

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