Police raid successful Gülen-inspired schools, kindergarten in eastern Turkey


Date posted: November 7, 2015

As one of the numerous raids against the schools affiliated with Gülen movement, popularly known as Hizmet Movement, two schools and a kindergarten were raided by police along with inspectors on Friday morning.

The inspectors from several government organizations including the Finance Ministry, the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, and the Social Security Institution (SGK), entered the Serhat College, Nevbahar College and Refia Ana Kindergarten in the morning while the students were entering their classrooms. The students were scared to see a number of police officers with armored vehicles at their schools.

Police officers did not let press members take photo. The raid is ongoing. Developments will be followed.

Source: CIHAN , November 6, 2015


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