Ömer Fethi Gürer from CHP asked the Ministry of Transport about the fate of 6 million 398 thousand TL, which was paid extra to the contractor firm Sigma İnşaat in the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Project. Transportation Minister Karaismailoğlu replied, "The case is ongoing"
According to the news in Birgün; “CHP Niğde Deputy Ömer Fethi Gürer, 6 million 398 thousand TL, which was given to the contractor firm Sigma İnşaat ve Turizm İşletmeleri Ticaret A.Ş. in violation of the contract in the proposal directed to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure in the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Project '' Moving the amount to the Assembly's agenda, he asked for information about the state of the money.
Responding to Gurer's proposal, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu stated that a lawsuit was filed against the relevant company and the lawsuit continued.
In the Gürer proposal, “In the İnönü-Eskişehir Section Infrastructure work within the scope of Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Project, a total of 2.083.555 contract prices are made with the final progress report, which is 4.314.881 TL for excavation material used for fillings and TL 6.398.436 for transportation operations. TL (excluding price difference) appears to be in violation of the contract. Have these payments been recovered? ” asked the question.
Responding to the proposal, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu will take the Sigma İnşaat ve Turizm İşletmeleri Ticaret A.Ş. by the General Directorate of TCDD Enterprise for the construction of the İnönü - Eskişehir Railway Railway Line under the Ankara - Istanbul High Speed Train Project. reported that his case had been filed. Minister Karaismailoğlu noted that the case continued.
CASE ISSUES: SCAMS, embezzlement, negligence
Ömer Fethi Gürer brought TCDD's case files in excess of 20 thousand to the Assembly's agenda in another question he submitted to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
In his proposal, Gürer said, “In the TCDD Legal Consultancy records, a total of 2017 cases were transferred from 20.607 and the number of cases followed in 2018 is 26.384. 3.202 of these cases were concluded in 2018 and 23.182 cases were transferred to 2019. What are the reasons for the fact that TCDD is subject to such lawsuits among the institutions that are transferred to the judiciary among the SEEs and what are the main topics of the lawsuits? ” asked questions.
Responding to the proposal, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “The cases carried out by the General Directorate of TCDD Enterprise and transferred to 2019 are generally; receivable, degree indicator, registry discipline, fraud, embezzlement, neglect of duty, real estate, assignment of duty change, theft, issuance, expropriation, accident, rent, material-moral compensation, power of attorney, allowance, contract fee, title, legislation It consists of the subjects of tender, zoning and cadastre ”.