Today, the Turkish regime authorities announced the arrest of five people in the central province of Konya, for their alleged association with the preacher Abdullah Gulen.
The Anatolia News Agency, speaking for the Turkish regime, quoted a security source as saying that “the public prosecutor in Konya issued arrest warrants against six people who were planning to infiltrate the Turkish armed forces,” according to his claim, and following operations carried out in six regions in Konya, five of them were arrested while the sixth went missing. Out of sight.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government claims that Gulen’s followers infiltrated Turkish institutions, especially the army, police and judiciary, with the aim of overthrowing him.
Since the coup attempt in July 2016, the Turkish regime authorities launched a two-year state of emergency after the coup, a campaign of arrests that included all public sectors and resulted in the arrest of about 80,000 people awaiting trial and the dismissal or suspension of work for about 150 thousand others in the various civil and military institutions in the country .