DİYARBAKIR - The first hearing of the dismissed Kulp Municipality Co- Mayors Mehmet Fatih Taş and Fatma Ay with the accusation of 'killing with nuclear, biologic and chemical weapons' will be held tomorrow.
An investigation was carried out against the Co-Mayors of Kulp Municipality, Mehmet Fatih Taş and Fatma Ay who were detained due to the explosion that killed 7 people on September 12 in the Beyrok area of Ağaçkorur village of Kulp district of Diyarbakır is completed.
People's Democratic Party (HDP) District Co- Chair Mehmet Abidin Karaman, Kulp Municipality Science Affairs Director Şener Aktaş, Kulp Municipal Councilor Yücel Çete and digger operator Ümit Fidan are also on trial in scope of the same investigation.
At the same time, Mehmet Emin Ay, who was rejected by the Supreme Board of Elections as a candidate for mayor who lost his relative Ahmet Ay in the explosion,was also involved in the case.
The first hearing of the case where the co- mayors are accused of 'propagandizing a terrorist organization', 'voluntary manslaughter', 'Possession and distribution of hazardous material', 'disrupting the unity and territorial integrity of the state', 'Praising crime and the criminal', 'Killing by fire, flooding, destruction, submerging, bombing or with nuclear, biologic and chemical weapons' will be held tomorrow at Diyarbakır 9th High Criminal Court.