A very harsh statement came from the Turkish-İş Provincial Representative Cemal Yaman regarding the cancellation of the National Train Set ceremony, which was produced at TÜVASAŞ and announced to be on the tracks on 29 May.
Speaking about the cancellation of the National Electric Train derailing ceremony, which was produced at the TÜVASAŞ factory and announced to take place on May 29, Cemal Yaman, Representative of the Railroad-business and Turkish-Business Province, said that they kept the promise.
EXPLANATION FROM SOCIAL MEDIA
After opening the aluminum body production workshop in June 2019 in Turkey Wagon Industry A.Ş. (TÜVASAŞ) ceremony commenced production of the National Electric Railway's rail was announced to be the first set of stroke on 29 May. However, upon the instructions from Ankara, it was reported that this ceremony was canceled. While the ceremony was announced on the social media accounts of TÜVASAŞ, Turkish-Business Provincial Representative and Demiryol-İş Union Branch President Cemal Yaman made evaluations to our newspaper.
WE KEEP OUR WORD
Saying that the decision was wrong, Yaman said, “On 29 February, Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank had opened a workshop. Likewise, former Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Mehmet Cahit Turhan visited TÜVASAŞ factory twice. During these visits, 2 of our ministers asked for the National Electric Train to get on the tracks on 2 May. TÜVASAŞ General Manager Prof. Dr. İlhan Kocaaslan, our union and all our employees have done our work and kept our promise, day and night, both during the pandemic period and during the month of Ramadan. This train in the world, is a national and local trains, however, produced for the first time in Turkey, "he said.
AN INSULT ON SAKARYA
Emphasizing that the name TÜVASAŞ thinks everyone has the right to Sakarya, Yaman said, “This honor had to be given to people. We promised and fulfilled. This honor is TÜVASAŞ General Manager Prof. Dr. It belongs to İlhan Kocaaslan and all our colleagues. They took their labor from the general manager. Under the increases it would be a pity if you intend to Turkey. An insult to Sakarya. It is an event that will go down in history. ”
(Source: Sakarya YeniHaber)