Gök, CHP Group Deputy Chairman, submitted a question to the Turkish Grand National Assembly Presidency regarding the coating materials on the ceiling of the first floor of the High Speed Train Station collapsing in an empty area on Saturday, August 12. In a proposal by the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Ahmet Arslan asked, to be answered in writing, CHP's Gök said, “A suspended ceiling collapsed in the New Ankara High Speed Train Station, which was opened on 29 October 2016.
There was no chance of injury or loss of life in the collapse of the station, which has not been even 1 year since its opening to service. "The incident of such a grave incident in a building that serves thousands of citizens every day has frightened our citizens." CHP Group Deputy Chairman Gök, in his proposal to the Assembly Presidency, included the following questions:
Can you explain the collapse and collapse incidents in the public and service buildings of 2002 - 2017?
What are the reasons for such an event in such a young building?
Which persons or institutions did the robustness checks of the station be made?