Erdogan says has support of millions, not going anywhere
ISTANBUL: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday said he would stay with his “kin” and not go anyplace, hours after an area of the military endeavored to
Erdogan said millions were in the avenues challenging the upset endeavor, which he portrayed as the work of adherents of US – based Muslim pastor Fethullah Gulen.
Erdogan impacted the overthrow endeavor as “treachery”, putting the fault on supporters of his curve enemy Gulen, in insubordinate comments in the wake of flying back to Istanbul.
“What is being executed is a conspiracy and a resistance. They will pay an overwhelming cost for this demonstration of treachery,” Erdogan said at Istanbul’s air terminal.
The president said his lodging in the Aegean coast resort of Marmaris was bombarded after he cleared out.
Be that as it may, he stayed disobedient, vowing: “We won’t leave our nation to occupiers.”
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in the interim said more than 120 individuals had been captured over the overthrow endeavor.