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Will there be a military coup in this Muslim country? Frightened President called emergency meeting

Military Coup: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has held an emergency meeting with key people of the Intelligence and Justice Ministry amid fears of a coup in the country. Recep Tayyip Erdogan became worried after the president’s aide and leader of the Nationalist Movement Party, Devlet Bahceli, warned him that the enforcement agencies were about to stage a coup in the country. It was reported that such a situation had arisen after a large number of police officers were dismissed in Ankara.

In Ankara’s Security Directorate, several police officers with links to the criminal organization Ayhan Bora Kaplan were dismissed. In such a situation, it is believed that these police officers are playing tricks against the government. After the dismissal of the police officers, Turkish intelligence agencies entered the house of these police officers and conducted a thorough search. Officials of intelligence agencies were collecting digital material from the houses of police officers to collect evidence related to the criminal organization.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the meeting all night

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s aide Bahceli said that the suspension of so many police officers cannot be avoided. This situation could be a conspiracy against the government. This could be an attempt to repeat the coup attempt of 2016. It was also reported that after Bahceli’s warning, President Erdogan held an overnight meeting with Justice Minister Yilmaz Tunç and National Intelligence Organization Director Ibrahim Kalin.

Turkey: A coup attempt has already taken place

The Turkish government had accused the organization of US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen (FETO) of the 2016 coup attempt. Turkey believed that FETO members had hatched a conspiracy, after which more than 80 thousand people were arrested in Turkey. About 1.5 lakh civil servants and military personnel were dismissed or suspended on the grounds that they were linked to FETO. On the other hand, Gulen, who has been living in America in self-exile since 1999, rejected these allegations outright.

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