Those who want to lay a black wreath in front of the HDP headquarters “Diyarbakir Mothers” A policeman, who came in front of the party with his group and argued with Batman deputy Ayşe Acar Başaran, told Başaran. “I nail you” mentioned.
Claiming that their children were abducted by the PKK and that the HDP is responsible, “Diyarbakir Mothers” Three families representing the group were in Ankara today.
The group, accompanied by the police, arrived in front of the HDP headquarters in Çankaya. “We want our children from the HDP” He left a black wreath that said. During this time, the group became tense with HDP supporters who protested against the group and wanted to remove the crown.
The tension rose a notch as the police intervened. HDP “HDP is the people, the people are there” he chanted.
‘I nail you’
As the families reacted to HDP Deputy Batman Ayşe Acar Başaran, they exchanged gunfire. During the tension, a person told Başaran from the HDP, “Shut Up, I’ll Nail You” was heard.
HDP spokesperson Ebru Günay, ‘provocation’ defined as. Günay said that there have been such attempts by his parties for a long time and that Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu is responsible for this situation.
Günay said it was the police who threatened the HDP Başaran. “with the power they get from mob bosses” defended what he did. He demanded that the police be sacked and arrested.
Celil Bektaş, who met with CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu in Diyarbakır, was among those who preceded the HDP. TRT, Anadolu Agency and central media institutions showed up in front of the building with the families.
The group that laid the wreath and read the communiqué, accompanied by the police, then left in front of the headquarters.
“We’re taking you too”
After a while, the families came back to the party at the police doorstep. Meanwhile, a new tension has arisen between the police and HDP supporters.
Police sprayed pepper spray inside the party building and arrested six to seven people. Meanwhile, one of the police officers was targeting HDP members. “We will take you too” was heard.
Then the group again left the front of the building.
However, the police blockade in front of the HDP headquarters continues. While the street in front of the building is closed off by riot police and TEM police, entry and exit is not permitted.
As negotiations between HDP supporters and the police continued, police teams said the blockade would not be lifted until the building was emptied. According to HDP supporters, the goal is to set up a tent similar to the one erected in front of the HDP provincial organization in Diyarbakır, in front of the headquarters. HDP supporters against this situation “We will never allow this” mentioned.
While MPs Ebru Günay, Fatma Kurtulan, Kemal Peköz and Ayşe Acar Başaran are present at the HDP headquarters, many party members continue to wait. HDP members who were unable to appear in front of the building continue to wait.
The names of some HDP members detained during the police intervention are: HDP Party Assembly Member Veli Saçılık, Hüseyin Gökoğlu and Ali Özkan.
“We challenge both the opposition and the government”
Party Group Vice President Meral Danış Beştaş explained the police blockade of the HDP headquarters and the police threat against HDP member Başaran.
Speaking in Diyarbakır, Beştaş said: “I nail you” for the threat “We won’t forget it” mentioned.
Beştaş recalled Deniz Poyraz, who was killed in the attack on the HDP building in Izmir, and said that the situation before the HDP was similar. To say that Poyraz was killed in the same way, he stressed that the responsibility lies with the government.
That their party is under attack and they are behind the attack. ‘people’s alliance’said he had. Calling the opposition, he said: “Some say we will establish parliamentary democracy, we will build the rule of law. The rule of law starts from the HDP. We cry out to both the opposition and the government: you won’t even find a member of the HDP who will wink at you.
I appeal to the social opposition: before it is your turn, all the social opposition must unite against this fascism. Shout out to the Home Secretary: we know what you want to do. You want to take us away from politics and towards different reactions.