Young Ayşe buried with tears

Western Thrace
Fri, 15 Dec 2023 9:09 GMT
A 19-year-old Turkish young girl who lost her life in an accident in Xanthi where a police vehicle hit her and fled was buried with tears.
Young Ayşe buried with tears

A tragic road accident in Mizanli resulted in the death of 19-year-old Ayşe Kadri. Today (Thursday, 14 December), a large crowd attended the funeral ceremony of the young woman in Mizanli, where she resided.

The funeral ceremony, which took place in Mizanli Mosque, was held after the afternoon prayer and witnessed emotional moments. Mustafa Trampa, Mufti of Xanthi, led the funeral prayer for Ayşe who was buried on her birthday.

The funeral ceremony was attended by Ayşe's relatives, friends and many cognates from Mizanli and neighbouring villages. Also present were Vice Consuls Subutay Koç and Ramadan Duban from the Consulate General of Turkey in Komotini, PASOK MP for Xanthi Burhan Baran, Mayor of Avdira Yorgos Citiridis, newly elected Mayor of Yassıköy Caner Imam, President of the Xanthi Turkish Union Ozan Ahmetoglu, President of the Western Thrace Minority University Graduates Association Hüseyin Baltacı, President of the Association of Western Thrace Minority School Councillors Ahmet Kara, President of the Çınar Association Cengiz Ömer and local administrators.

The funeral ceremony was widely followed by national channels as well as local media. The details of the accident and the events seem to have deeply affected large segments of the society.

The tragic story of 19-year-old Ayşe Kadri, who lost her life after being hit and run by a police car, has become an agenda in Greece. The fact that the police has not yet made an explanation about the incident causes reactions in the society. In Xanthi, a crowded group of citizens protested in front of the Police Headquarters building after a march.

The interesting aspect of the case lies in the fact that the death of the young Ayşe Kadri occurred when a police officer hit her with his police vehicle while on duty and fled. It is stated that the fact that the Police Organisation has still not made a statement that will shed light on the issue raises questions in the public opinion. This situation strengthens the public opinion that the scandalous incident is being covered up.

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