She waited 20 days for a hospital bed and died yesterday without any medical intervention

Minister Koca himself was instrumental in establishing the social distancing rules and preventive measures to stop the virus's spread. These measures were used every time the opposition gathered for a demonstration. The police broke up the meetings, gatherings, protest marches, and opposition rallies to "prevent the spread of the disease." However, when it came to his party congress and meetings, he was there, together with thousands who were bused in without masks, dancing and jumping around in joy, hugging and kissing each other. When dozens got together to show loyalty to the Islamic regime, masks or no masks, not a single police intervened. The virus in Turkey allegedly only affects the opposition and spreads when there is a protest but does not infect anybody when it is a pro-government meeting. Aslı Özkısırlar had to bear the brunt of this political decision parading as a medical measure when she was denied care because the virus peaked after Erdoğan's AKP's party meetings and beds became unavailable for the citizens.

She waited 20 days for a hospital bed and died yesterday without any medical intervention

Aslı Özkısırlar was denied medical care because the hospitals ran out of beds in Turkey due to the Coronavirus pandemic. She had been asking the Turkish Minister of Health Koca to find her a bed so she could see a doctor. She never received an answer. The Health Minister was busy attending crowds spreading the virus in his ruling AKP party’s meetings across the country.

Minister Koca himself was instrumental in establishing the social distancing rules and preventive measures to stop the virus’s spread. These measures were used every time the opposition gathered for a demonstration. The police broke up the meetings, gatherings, protest marches, and opposition rallies to “prevent the spread of the disease.” However, when it came to his party congress and meetings, he was there, together with thousands who were bused in without masks, dancing and jumping around in joy, hugging and kissing each other. When dozens got together to show loyalty to the Islamic regime, masks or no masks, not a single police intervened. The virus in Turkey allegedly only affects the opposition and spreads when there is a protest but does not infect anybody when it is a pro-government meeting.

Aslı Özkısırlar had to bear the brunt of this political decision parading as a medical measure when she was denied care because the virus peaked after Erdoğan’s AKP’s party meetings and beds became unavailable for the citizens.

Nearly most of the party officials who attended the meetings were taken ill and under medical care today. However, a message spreading on Twitter and Facebook is asking party members to keep quiet because “it doesn’t look good” that the attendees became sick after the official meetings.

On March 24, Özkısırlar wrote the Minister saying, “I am waiting for more than ten days to get a hospital bed. There are no beds. But, go ahead, you meet in your party congress. Why should my pain and suffering matter at all? I hope all of you die suffering as well.”

When there was no reply, she wrote on March 30, “Now it has been more than 20 days, and I am still waiting for an empty bed. Enough is enough. Get off the backs of the people. Enough!”

The paid army of trolls to patrol the internet on behalf of AKP started targeting her. Posts claiming she was lying spread on the internet by these trolls.

Her following message came on March 31. She said, “We tried asking millions of people who may know somebody in hospitals to get me into a hospital. The chief surgeon called me in the morning. Anything you have, hope, prayer, goodwill, send it to me.”

She was dead on April 2. Many people are now discussing whether she died or was killed.

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