Yeşiltepeli Muhtarlar wants train tracks to be lifted

📩 07/12/2018 18:29

Yeşiltepeli Muhtars want to remove the train tracks: Yeşiltepeli mukhtars want to remove the State Railways Yeşiltepe region.
For the development of Yeşiltepe and its integration with Malatya, the neighborhood headmen who want to remove the railway tracks in the region as soon as possible or take the underground are waiting for the help of the politicians.
Regarding the issue of a joint press release, the muhtars stated that the biggest problem of Yesiltepe is State Railways.
Speaking on behalf of the Mukhtar's Association Chairman Yeşilyurt President Mahmud Sahbaz, Yeşiltepe region expressed to come together to express the troubles Yeşiltepe'nin 1954 was established in the area and said that the railway has been available since then.
President Şahbaz stated that the removal of the railway for the development of Yeşiltepe region is a must, said:
Işlet The existence of the operation of the State Railways in Malatya was appropriate according to the conditions of that day. However, we are witnessing that it is not suitable for today's 2016 year. Right next to us a multi-purpose state hospital was made. We don't know how accurate but the distance from railways to hospitals is about 25 meters and there is only one way in between. This is a huge inconvenience for us. The railway has divided Malatya into 2. It's like a shame wall. Yeşiltepe can no longer handle it. To integrate Yesiltepe with Malatya, we want the railway to be lifted or taken under the ground.
Stating that they wanted to be the Hospital of Chest and Dental Hospital in his speech President Şahbaz, Diş We also want this urgently. Our deputies had previously expressed this. We believe that especially the Military Hospital will be the best place in Yeşiltepe and it will be a good Chest Hospital because of its woodland. Because Chest Hospitals are usually in plenty of oxygen. We think this will be very good for Malatya and our region iz.

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