Mısra Öz, who lost her son in the Çorlu Train Massacre, announced that the Ankara train accident file was dropped after the Ministry of Transport did not give permission for an investigation.
Mısra Öz, who lost her 9-year-old son Oğuz Arda Sel in the Çorlu Train Massacre, claimed that the case regarding the High Speed Train (YHT) accident in Ankara, in which 9 people died and 107 people were injured, was dropped because the Ministry of Transport did not give permission for an investigation.
Noting that the case of 13 defendants in the YHT accident, which occurred in Ankara on December 2018, 10, was dropped, Mısra Öz conveyed the following information from her social media account: “Today I learned that the case of the Ankara train accident was dropped because @UABakanligi did not give permission to investigate the suspects. . They don't even have permission to investigate. Cover it quietly.. You will not be able to cover it. #AnkaraTrainMassacre”