25 Aralık 2015 Cuma 08:22
Thousands march to reach southeastern town under curfew

Around 2,000 people have begun marching to the southeastern town of Cizre, which has been under curfew for more than a week, amid ongoing military operations in several southeastern towns under curfew.

The group started marching from the Turgut Özal neighborhood of İdil, a district in the Şırnak province, around 11 a.m. on Dec. 24, with Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) Istanbul deputy Erdal Ataş and the party's local administrators of the southeastern town at its front.

Local governors occasionally impose curfew on towns, especially in the country's east and southeast, in coordination with the Turkish army, as a pre-emptive measure to prevent civilian casualties during military operations.

The curfews imposed on southeastern towns force locals to remain inside their homes, where they usually run out of water, electricity and even food.

 

 

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