Ankara, SANA – Chairman of the Turkish Republican People’s Party “CHP” Kemal Kilicdaroglu stressed that the Turkish intelligence agencies were fully informed with the details of the movements of those who committed the twin terrorist explosions in Ankara on October 10th.
In an interview with Samanyolu TV Monday, Kilicdaroglu held the Turkish intelligence agencies and government directly responsibility for the killing of the innocent people in Ankara ex[plosion of October, and in Suruc explosion of July, where about 32 civilians killed.
The CHP leader accused the ruling Justice and Development Party in Turkey with supporting the terrorist organizations in Syria, especially the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations, which would affects Turkey and endangers its security and stability.
Last August, Kilicdaroglu accused head of the regime in Turkey, Erdogan, and the government of Justice and Development Party “AKP” for the terrorist acts, which targeted Turkey recently and for the daily killing of security and army personnel.
Kilicdaroglu told Turkish TV channel “Khabar Turk” then, that Erdogan and the government of AKP’s flagrant interference in Syria and their support for terrorism resulted in the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Syrians.
At least 97 of Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan’s opponents were killed in two simultaneous bomb blasts that targeted a peace rally by the leftist opposition unions demanding peace and rejecting Erdogan’s policies.
Meanwhile, the opposition parties held Erdogan and his government direct responsibility for Ankara explosion, accusing him of exploiting terrorism to drag Turkey into chaos and terror to maintain his authority.
Whereas, thousands of Turkish people took to the streets in Ankara then, in condemnation of Erdogan’s policies in supporting terrorism in Turkey and the region, holding him direct responsibility of the explosion.
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