We Want Train To Bursa Campaign Will Overtake A Quarter Century Next Year

we want train to bursa campaign will topple quarter century in ten year
we want train to bursa campaign will topple quarter century in ten year

Kemal Demirel, the 24nd and 22rd term CHP Bursa deputy, persistently kept alive the "We want a train to Bursa" campaign, which he started 23 years ago at the Gökçedağ Train Station, continues to work with determination just like the first day.

Emphasizing that the campaign will overthrow a quarter century next year, Demirel called on the government: “I would like to draw our government's attention to the train demand of Bursa and the campaign launched for this purpose. I had started a campaign to bring high-speed trains to Bursa against traffic terrorism and become widespread. In the campaign we started 24 years ago, there is no province left that we have not visited. I visited 40 provinces and covered 90 thousand kilometers. I walked 310 kilometers. I have always tried to keep this topic on the agenda. We voiced Bursa's train demand. I visited businessmen associations and chambers of commerce and industry and got their support. Enough Traffic terrorism, Turkey and the thousands of signatures that we collected during the campaign I would like high-speed train to Bursa sent to the relevant ministries. But this hope did not come true. Now our hope is in 2023. "

Years have passed after Kemal Demirel's press release at the Gökçedağ Train Station in Bursa's Harmancık district on January 19, 1997, while he was in parliament. Kemal Demirel, who frequently voiced this issue in the TBMM Plan and Budget Committee and from the chair of the Parliament during his term as a deputy, became the first and only MP to march in Bursa and in the world with the slogan "We want train".

Kemal Demirel, who also carried out petition campaigns with the slogan We want a train to Bursa, but could not visit the station this time due to Covid-24 conditions on the 19th anniversary of the same date, recalling the statement he made years ago, he was persistently a follower of the train project, and he traveled to 40 provinces in the intervening years. noted that he was walking. Stating that both Bursa and itself never gave up on the train demand, Demirel said:

“We have persistently followed the train project. At the groundbreaking ceremony, which took place in 2012 with the participation of 3 ministers, the good news that Bursa would get a train in 2016 was given, but unfortunately it did not happen. The railway project was postponed to 2019. Problems with the route and the ground, on the one hand, and the lack of financial resources, on the other hand, caused delays. While we were waiting for it to end in 2019, this time there were rumors of savings, although the government made statements that it would end in 2019, the promise was not kept and our train dream did not come true again. The long-awaited train in Bursa was a project that should not be affected by the austerity measures, but we left 2020 behind. There is only disappointment. I collected hundreds of thousands of signatures for the high-speed train to come to Bursa. I made visits from NGOs to parliamentarians, from ministers to associations. Reconstruction of this train, which existed in the past but was taken from Bursa kazanEveryone supported it. I brought it up in the Turkish Grand National Assembly as well. Bursa is an agricultural and industrial city that produces added value. The fact that there is no railway to Bursa is a very important deficiency. Bursa kazanas Turkey kazanhe's eating. Bursa to Ankara 2 kazansqueaks, receives 1 service. We demand that this project be completed as soon as possible.”

Reminding that the date for the high-speed train is now set to 2023, he emphasized that everyone should contribute with common consciousness, regardless of their political views and in any position, in order to end the train longing of Bursa residents and said, "I will continue to fight as I promised until the train arrives in Bursa." .

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