ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey’s state-run news office says warrants have been issued for the confinement of 70 military officers associated with connections to a system drove by U.S.- based pastor Fethullah Gulen.
Anadolu Agency said prosecutors in the focal Turkish area of Konya issued warrants against 58 officers still on dynamic obligation and in addition 12 officers who were already sacked from the military.
Police operations to keep the suspects were in progress in 27 territories, the office revealed.
Turkey blames Gulen for planning a military overthrow endeavor in July 2016. Gulen denies the allegation.
Turkey proclaimed a highly sensitive situation and propelled a monstrous crackdown after the upset, bringing about exactly 50,000 captures and the rejection of more than 110,000 individuals from state employments, including the military.