Condolence message from HUDA PAR’s Yapıcıoğlu for workers who lost their lives in mine
HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu published a message of condolence for the workers who lost their lives in the collapse that took place in coal a mine in Turkiye’s Şırnak.
HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu, who published a written message about the mining accident that 7 workers lost their lives in Şırnak and a worker injured, expressed his condolences to the families and lovers of the workers who lost their lives.
Yapıcıoğlu said: “This painful accident has brought the direct or indirect consequences of the problems once again to our agenda. The poverty and backwardness that has not been solved since years, is one of the most major problems of the country. This problem also causes other problems. Inequality in poverty and income distribution force our people to work under unfavorable conditions.”
Yapıcıoğlu pointed out that the fines given to those who opened the business without a license did not solve the problem, The penalty, fines or imprisonment for administrators who work without a licensed workplace do not solve the problem after worker lose their lives.”
“We realize that it is not easy to solve the problem of years for this day and tomorrow,” said Yapıcıoğlu and added at the end of the message: “We believe that strong will should have for realistic steps to be taken. We wish urgent healing to our wounded brother, patience, and condolence to the relatives of lost lives.” (ILKHA)