📩 14/02/2019 12:03
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) Director General İsa ApaydınIt is claimed that the return of Umrah due to train accidents in Çorlu and Ankara will be dismissed. Another name to be dismissed was Veysi Kurt, General Manager of TCDD Tasimacilik, due to the ticket problem in the Eastern Express.
SözcüAccording to the news in; Train accidents that happened one after another and the invoice of the delay at Istanbul Airport were cut to 4 high level bureaucrats at the Ministry of Transport.
ACCIDENTS IN ÇORLU AND ANKARA
Shaken by the continuous train accidents in recent years, including accelerated train crash in Turkey beginning in 2004, one year Corlu was the scene of two major train accidents, including the other in Ankara. The Çorlu accident, in which 8 people died on July 2018, 24, was due to the lack of infrastructure, and Ankara accident, where 5 people died on December 13, 2018, just 9 months later, due to the lack of signalization. TCDD Enterprise General Manager İsa ApaydınIt is claimed that he will be dismissed due to these two major accidents.
PROBLEMS ON THE KARS TRAIN
It is said that TCDD Transportation General Manager Veysi Kurt, who was mentioned for the second big bureaucrat operation in TCDD, will be dismissed due to the disagreements with deputy general managers and heads of departments and the ticket problems on the Kars train, which has become popular recently.
PROBLEMS IN TRANSPORTATION TO ISTANBUL AIRPORT
It is stated that the permanent postponements in moving to Istanbul Airport are effective in terminating the duties of the Ministry of Transport Infrastructure General Manager and DHMİ board member Erol Çıtak and DHMİ General Manager Funda Ocak. The Minister of Transport of the period, Binali Yıldırım, presented Funda Ocak, who served as the head of department for many years at DHMI, to Tayyip Erdogan as a "3 billion dollar bureaucrat", and later was brought to the general management. The fact that January was called the 3 billion dollar bureaucrat was effective in managing the Atatürk Airport and Antalya Airport operating transfer auctions and reaching 3 billion in the first and 3.2 billion dollars in the second. (Sözcü)