Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which took action to provide burial and worship services in more favorable conditions in the capital, renovated the cemeteries in the surrounding and central districts with places of worship, gasil, morgue, ablution room, administrative buildings and parking lots in 3 years.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues its efforts to ensure that burial and worship services are carried out under more favorable conditions in the Capital.
Department of Cemetery Affairs renewed the cemeteries in both central districts and rural neighborhoods with places of worship, gasil houses, morgues, mosques, administrative buildings and parking lots in 3 years.
REGULAR FACILITIES IN SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
ABB, which carries out the maintenance and repair of the cemeteries in the surrounding districts, built administrative buildings and put them into service. In addition, the lack of cemeteries in rural neighborhoods gradually resolved the problems.
Stating that they continue to work to solve the problems of the cemeteries transferred to ABB, Head of Cemetery Affairs Köksal Bozan said, “Currently, we have completed the construction of buildings such as morgues, gas stations, condolence places, waiting rooms in 15 of our districts, especially in the outer regions. We have recruited enough personnel for each of our districts," he said.
Noting that they took action because there were many complaints about the routine cleaning of cemeteries and they started an exemplary cleaning work for Turkey, Bozan said, “In 3 years, only KarşıyakaWe dug up thousands of trucks of excavation and uncovered an immaculate cemetery. Only Karşıyaka We are cleaning not only the cemetery, but all the district cemeteries and village cemeteries," he said.
FUNERAL TRANSPORT VEHICLE FLEET EXTENDED
Ankara's largest burial ground Karşıyaka 188 Service Buildings were built in the Cemetery. Thanks to the building, residents of Başkent can now do their transactions faster and easier.
To the center where the vehicle capacity has been increased; A total of 55 new vehicles were purchased, 5 of which are funeral vehicles and 60 of which are funeral vehicles with wash-down morgues.
Department of Cemeteries, within the scope of the protocol signed with Turkish Airlines (THY); continues to transport the bodies to be buried in another city by plane. Within the scope of the service, the flight ticket fee of one of the funeral relatives is also covered.
BURIAL CAPACITY IS INCREASED IN KARŞIYAKA CEMETERY
ABB, one of the largest tombs in Turkey Karşıyaka While adding new facilities to the Cemetery, it also carries out maintenance and repair works by eliminating the deficiencies of traffic, signage, asphalt and cemetery pathways.
Located on 4 acres of land Karşıyaka Köksal Bozan said that they have increased the capacity of the Cemetery.Karşıyaka The cemetery was full. We made a new expropriation of 200 acres and created our cemetery that will last 3 years.”
Karşıyaka Stating that they have made new arrangements to solve the traffic in the Cemetery, Bozan said, "Karşıyaka Signs were renewed in the Cemetery, roads were widened, asphalt was built, new burial areas were prepared.
GOLBASI CEMETERY IS ALSO RENEWED
Stating that they have corrected the deficiencies of Gölbaşı Cemetery, one of the important cemeteries of Ankara, Bozan said, “Gölbaşı Cemetery was a place without mosque, morgue, gasil, and an area to pray. All our citizens who go to Gölbaşı today see that we have completed all our work on the mosque, morgue, gasil, condolence place, waiting room, administrative building and Gölbaşı Cemetery, which we have guaranteed for about 20 years.
Noting that as ABB, the people of the Capital are with them in their most difficult times, Bozan said, “People's most painful day is actually their most difficult day. But there is nothing beautiful and precious to be with you on your most painful day.”
Günceleme: 11/01/2023 13:27