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He said, 'Buses are working, markets are open', he could not escape the penalty.

Despite the restrictions, the person who went out on the street got caught at the checkpoint in Aksaray in Fatih.

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He said, 'Buses are working, markets are open', he could not escape the penalty.
05 Aralık 2020 - 12:18
Despite the restrictions, the person who went out on the street got caught at the checkpoint in Aksaray in Fatih.The fined citizen made an interesting defense and said, "Buses are working, markets are open, I went out and I was going to open my counter."
Police teams in Fatih Aksaray continue their inspections within the scope of the curfew. Police controlled the pedestrians and their vehicles within the scope of the restriction and asked for their permits. The police questioned a citizen named S.K., who went on foot. Realizing that he did not have a permit document in his control, he wanted to take action on him. However, S.K started to produce all kinds of excuses to avoid punishment.
Police teams, who did not listen to the excuses, wrote a penalty of 3 thousand 150 TL for violating the curfew without his permission and took action against him.
S.K, who wanted to object to the punishment and denied the action taken, said, “What punishment. There has been a notice, heard from him. Yes I went without permission. I heard about the curfew. But I went out because the grocery store is open, the market is open, and the buses are also working. I have materials in my bag, I was going to open my counter and take care of my work. Since we had a bus stop in two minutes after we left the door, we had to leave because the buses also left. I sell chargers, I sell headphones, maybe I came because someone needs it ”.
The police sent S.K. to his home after the procedure he had done.
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