Speaking to BirGün before the 7th hearing of the train disaster that took place in Tekirdağ Çorlu, Mısra Öz Sel said, "While the facts have been revealed publicly and scientifically, our eyes are on the judgment."
According to the news of Dilan Esen from BirgünThe 7th hearing of the train disaster in Tekirdağ Çorlu will be held tomorrow at Çorlu 1st High Criminal Court.
Mısra Öz Sel, who lost her 9-year-old son Oğuz Arda Sel in the disaster, evaluated the trial, the additional expert report, which was the first time in the file and pointed to senior executives, to BirGün.
Stating that they waged a great struggle for 3 years to get all those responsible to be judged, Sel emphasized that they lost time due to the expert committee that first examined the scene.
Saying, “This was done consciously or maybe to gain time,” Sel said, but underlined that he added more to the pain they experienced. Stating that with the last two reports attached to the case file, TCDD proved that the responsibility lies in TCDD, Sel said: “After the first report, 25 people died in the culvert, which was considered successful by Mustafa Karaşahin, who was a consultant in the expert committee. In the latest reports, it was seen that the infrastructure and superstructure were problematic. The facts were scientifically established while the facts were in the open. Our eyes are turned to judgment. "
We Will See How Justice Works
Flood is also very important for the country that the transfer of the case tomorrow, "how the justice committee in the case of Turkey Corlu process will remove a sample table. Either justice will not be served or a massacre that has been put forward with so many scientific reports will be asked to account, ”he said.
TCDD Originally Defective
In the case regarding the disaster in which 8 people, 2018 of whom were children, died on 7 July 25 and 238 citizens were injured, TCDD 1st Regional Directorate Halkalı 14. Railway Maintenance Manager Turgut Kurt, Çerkezköy Road Maintenance and Repair Chief Özkan Polat, Bridges Chief Çetin Yıldırım and Line Maintenance and Repair Officer Celaleddin Çabuk are on trial. In the additional expert report added to the case file, the head of the TCDD General Directorate, responsible for renovating the infrastructure structures, was found to be 'essentially flawed'.