An anecdote in Menemen

An event like an anecdote in Menemen: In Japan, the state's keeping a train line open for a single citizen created a controversy on social media. An event like an anecdote in Menemen can add a new dimension to the debate.
Kami-Shirataki railway station on Hokkaido island is being kept open for the sake of a female student who goes to school by train. When the student graduated in March, Japanese Railways will close this damaging line.
CCTV in Turkey this news social media, "it will do this favor even though the state was" created controversy. For example, a commentator in Ekşi Sözlük said, “I am sure they would have graduated early if we had a similar one”.
The news and discussion brought to mind the amusing anecdote in an article written by Doğan Hızlan, the veteran of Hürriyet, last year in Radikal Kitap. This anecdote told to Hızlan by former TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman is as follows:
“The old lady tells the train attendant to inform her when they come to Menemen. But when they remember, the train has already passed Menemen. They will immediately consider a remedy. When they call the Headquarters operations office, they learn that the train will not come after them for two or three hours. Then the train goes back for a while and when they come to Menemen, they wake up the old lady and say, 'We came to Aunt Menemen'. Old lady, in response; He says 'Thank you for notifying me at my medication time', drinks his medicine and continues to sleep… ”

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