Bursa Train Walk: 'Where is Bursa's Train?'

Walk Started for YHT Line, Which Couldn't Be Made in Bursa for Years
Bursa Train Walk: 'Where is Bursa's Train?'

CHP and non-governmental organizations are protesting the absence of high-speed trains in Bursa for 10 years with a 23-kilometer march. The march was supported by CHP Deputy Chairman Bursa Deputy Lale Karabayık and CHP deputies Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu, Erkan Aydın, Murat Emir, Tahsin Tehran, Mahmut Tanal, Ali Mahir Çağrır, Deniz Yavuzyılmaz, as well as members of the Party Assembly and youth branches.

“If this was a build-operate-transfer model, if there was a passenger guarantee, let's make a call to the supporters of the AKP and save us from this persecution; There is bread for you here, if they had guaranteed a certain amount of dollars and euros per passenger, it would have already been finished,” said CHP Bursa Provincial Chairman İsmet Karaca, as quoted by ANKA:

'WHOSE WAY FALL TO BURSA, HE WAS HELD ON THE GOODWILL'

“At the point we are at, 10 years ago, three ministers, one of them the minister of transport; They said, 'We are uniting two capitals'. Bursa, the capital of the Ottoman Empire, and Ankara, the capital of the Republic, were meeting with the comfort of a high-speed train in 2 hours and 15 minutes. No one objected, we all waited with hope. But all the knowledgeable and ignorant AKP members poured out good news on whoever's path to Bursa, the result is nothing more than a road at the moment. Tenders were made, but somehow he could not get Bursa High Speed ​​​​Train. Then we saw that our deputy Nurhayat Altaca Kayışoğlu made a motion, I'm sure many AKP members learned after her. Our high-speed train has gone and a freight train has arrived. We said we would agree with him, unfortunately, he is not there either.

'THEY ARE IN A GREAT POLITICAL COMFORT IN BURSA'

Mr. Minister came to Bursa a month ago and said, 'Let's go to Balıkesir while we're at it'. But the chart is there. They are in a great political comfort in Bursa. With this political ease, no public investment is carried out in Bursa. They neither built a hospital nor a road, so here we are at the table we see now. If this was a build-operate-transfer model, if there was a passenger guarantee, let's make a call to the supporters of the AKP from here and save us from this persecution; There is bread for you here, if they had guaranteed a certain amount of dollars or euros per passenger, it would have been gone already.”

Former Bursa deputy Kemal Demirel, who had followed the issue in the past, said, “I can say that my dear provincial president told everything briefly and concisely. 25 years ago, I started a campaign for a railway to come to Bursa and Turkey, and I covered 25 thousand kilometers in 90 years. I became the first and only deputy to walk for the railway in the world and in Turkey, but now I am honored and proud to walk with many deputies.”

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