CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu became the first donor of the “Pending Bus Ticket” solidarity initiated by the CHP Youth Branches before the Ramadan Feast. Kılıçdaroğlu said, “Holiday is to meet, to embrace. Now is the time to increase love, not distance. Let's not leave any students who can't go home during the holiday," he said.
After the increase in bus ticket prices, CHP Youth Branch launched a “Pending Bus Ticket” campaign before the holiday. CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu was the first donor of the campaign. Making a statement about the solidarity campaign on his social media account, Kılıçdaroğlu said:
I am happy to be the first donor of the Suspended Bus Ticket solidarity initiated by our Youth Branches. Eid is to meet, to hug. Now is the time to increase love, not distance. Let's not be a student who can't go home during the holiday!
Kılıçdaroğlu also added the website address of the solidarity campaign askidagencbilet.com in his post. On the site, students in need will be able to buy tickets from the hanger to go home during the holiday, while citizens who want to support can leave tickets on the hanger.
Citizens will be able to donate 200 TL or more in the solidarity campaign announced by CHP Youth Branch and Turkey Promotion, Research, Democracy and Secular Formation Foundation (TÜLOV) with the words “A movement that brings distances closer and shortens distances…”.