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We will reach a dormitory capacity of 5 thousand people

CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu called out to the mayors of the municipalities, saying, “Take care of our children who want to get rid of these associations,” after Erdoğan claimed that money was smuggled into a foundation established in the USA through TÜRGEV ​​and Ensar. Saying, “We heard your call last night, Mr. President,” İBB President Ekrem İmamoğlu stated that they will reach the dormitory capacity of 5 thousand people in 2023 and that they will reach their annual target of 75,000 scholarships in the next academic year.

CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu said, “I will reveal the anatomy of the escape plan,” from his social media account last night. in his statement Saying that President Tayyip Erdoğan and his family had established a front foundation to escape to the USA, he said that 1 billion liras had been transferred to the front structure through the Ensar and TÜRGEV ​​Foundation.

Kılıçdaroğlu called on the mayors in the continuation of his statement and said, “Finally, I am calling out to the municipalities of the people. It is our duty to protect our children who want to get rid of these front associations. Take them to your dormitories.”

İMAMOĞLU ANSWERED KILIÇDAROĞLU’S CALL

Istanbul Mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu responded to Kılıçdaroğlu’s call in his social media post. Providing information about the dormitories of IMM, Imamoglu said, “As IMM, we have provided 3200 TL student aid to more than 115 thousand students in just 3 years.”

İmamoğlu continued his words as follows:

“We heard your call last night, Mr. President. For the first time in the history of IMM, we opened 3 student dormitories last year. We brought the dormitories under construction to be given to other associations and foundations to IMM. We will reach a dormitory capacity of 2 thousand in 2022 and 5 thousand in 2023. .

As İBB, we provided 3200 TL student aid to more than 115 thousand students in just 3 years. We are reaching our annual target of 75,000 scholarships in the next academic year.”

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