Disabled Tuğba's love for YHT

Disabled Tuğba's love for YHT: 70-year-old Tuğba Babacan, who is 31 percent mentally disabled, announced that she looks to the future with hope by drawing pictures of the high-speed train (YHT) she loves so much.
Stating that he had the opportunity to see cities by traveling with YHT many times thanks to the free transportation card given by the Ministry of Family and Social Policies, Babacan described the YHT paintings, which he drew his biggest dream, as the owner of the trains, Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Lütfi Elvan, Binali Yıldırım and TCDD General Manager. To be able to give a gift to Süleyman Karaman.
Tugba Babacan, 3, who is understood to be 70 percent mentally handicapped in the hospital where he was taken when he was about 31 years old and the doctors said “Follow this child well”, spends most of the day painting in his room. Being able to paint everything he sees, Babacan's dreams are to be able to open an exhibition of his paintings.
Tuğba Babacan, who got on the high-speed train, had the opportunity to see Eskişehir, Konya and Istanbul thanks to the free transportation right provided by the Ministry of Family and Social Policies since he was mentally disabled. Stating that he loved getting on the YHT, Babacan said, “I was always spending time at home. Thanks to YHT, we had the opportunity to see other cities with my father. "My passion for YHT has increased and now it has started to take place in my paintings."
In addition to the YHT paintings at home, Binali Yıldırım, Former Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Tuğba Babacan, who draws the portraits of the current Minister Lütfi Elvan and TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman with YHT, wants to present these three names, which she describes as the owners of YHTs. In addition to the nature paintings of Babacan, who spent most of the day painting, there are also portraits of the master journalist Savaş Ay, who died on November 9, 2013, along with Tenzile Erdoğan, the mother of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.



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