Turkey echoes once again, as a truck explosion wounds 64 and kills 9. The explosion is blamed on Kurdistan’s PKK rebels, for targeting a Police Headquarters in Turkey’s southeastern town of Cizre, state media and television.
The Explosion was deadly and created a massive destruction to the Headquarters of the special anti-riot police force located in Cizre. The pictures of the incident could be seen on the Television as recorded by the Turkish National Television Service, showing a big black cloud of smoke, emerging from the site, towards the sky. Immediate information regarding the number of people dying at the site could not be revealed, though the Television had quoted that the Turkish health ministry has immediately sent 12 ambulances and two helicopters to the scene.
With the pictures that were revealed at the moment the explosion took place, it could be seen that targeted Police headquarters had immediately vandalized and met with destruction, which looks like nothing but a big pile of rubble on the ground.
According to the Anadolu news agency that is currently being run by the Turkish state, said the bomb that went off was 50 yards away from the building, and the attribution is directed towards the PKK, which is a Kurdistan Workers Party. The explosion at the Police Headquarters is another depiction towards the fact that the Turkish forces have been under the target, for two-and-half-years, since the ceasefire collapsed in 2015, resulting as the deaths of hundreds of police officers and soldiers.
The reason PKK did not fail to bring itself under immediate attribution is because it has been continuing to assault and deteriorate the Turkish situation, for many weeks, after the ‘gone-to-fail’ coup attempt made by the miscreant elements in the Turkish military, intended towards unseating the Turkish head of state, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The explosion in Turkey is a retaliation from the alleged PKK that came two days after the Turkish forces launched an attack in Syria, which authorities have claimed was aimed at the Jihadists and Syrian Kurdish Militia.
On Thursday, Turkish military forces bombed the Kurdish militia in Syria, saying that they were unsuccessful in maintaining the deal with the US, to stop continuing in Syria. In Ankara’s eyes, Kurdish Democratic Party Union Party (PYD) and the People’s Protection Units (YPG) as terror groups that are responsible for what is happening in Turkey these days.