Train accidents and machinist deaths in the press release of the United Transport Employees Union Izmir Branch, demanded that the accountants in front of the judiciary.
The statement made in front of Halkapınar Warehouse, BTS Sensikası Izmir Branch Secretary Mehti Seyhan read. 19 Seyhan, who commemorated the two machinists Recep Tunaboylu and Sedat Yurtsever who lost their lives in Bilecik in September, said, AKP We are deeply upset that the loss of the lives of our friends who started working day and night to bring a bread to their home and provide a humane life for their children, as well as the power of the AKP. The practice of the administration reveals the fact that these are murders, not accidents. ”
“The AKP has made it unsafe for rail transport U
Stating that the AKP has broken down the institution under the name of restructuring under the name of restructuring by aiming to liquidate TCDD since the day it came to power and making rail transport unsafe with privatization practices, Seyhan said, ile Our institution has been abandoned to the decision of the business executives without merit. Hundreds of our citizens lost their lives in the accidents in Pamukova, Kütahya-Çorlu and Ankara. Despite all the massacres such as 'accidents' and murders, no manager took responsibility and resigned, not punished, but the responsibility was destroyed either to our friends who lost their lives or to employees. ”
UN DEATH FINALLY ”
Seyhan reminded the report prepared by the Istanbul Branch of the Chamber of Geological Engineers in Bilecik after the accident in 2015 and stated that it clearly shows the chain of neglects from the tender stage to the studies.
Finally, Seyhan listed his demands and said, “It is enough now. We want our colleagues and passengers to end their lives because of these practices of TCDD management. We want non-business executives to take their hands off the rail transport and those responsible to account for before the judiciary. ”
The board of directors of the Turkish Transportation Sen also supported the press release. (UNIVERSAL)