CHP, Ankara commissioned the commission to identify problems in the metro

CHP deputy Idris Yıldız, Ankara Metro to determine the current problems of the construction of the building and to determine the measures to be asked to establish a research commission in Parliament.
In a research proposal submitted to the Presidency of the TGNA by Yıldız and his colleagues,
37-year-old Kadir Sevim'in one of the busiest places in the capital Inonu Boulevard on the pavement as a result of the migration of the pavement underneath the subway lost his life as stated.
This situation has caused serious question marks about the reliability of Ankara subway constructions in Ankara.
Uştur Failure to complete the metro line works has resulted in the construction of subway stations in construction, tunnel and level roads without being used. In addition, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, which has taken over the construction of the subway, has so far taken care of the Metropolitan Municipality by not checking the construction of the metro and not taking preventive measures. As it is not known where the budget to be allocated to the metro is completely known, it is obvious that the continuation of such issues with the reason of staying in the profits will damage the trust of our citizens in the state institutions and municipalities.

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