CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu’s failure to celebrate August 26 has sparked a backlash. Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu forgot to mark August 26, which was the beginning of the Great Offensive and was of decisive importance in the creation of the Republic of Turkey.
The reaction intensified after Kılıçdaroğlu’s tweet about the armed conflict in Istanbul, Kagitkhan.
Many people on social media criticized the death of the CHP leader on August 26 without mentioning it.
Gözde Sheker expressed the reaction in the Yeni Bir Sabah program on the Halk TV channel.
Stating that Kılıçdaroğlu did not share the message, but shared there was a reaction, Şeker stated that the reason for the existence of the Republic of Turkey was August 26 and that this was the beginning of the process that led to August 30.
Stating that Turkey, and therefore the CHP, exists because of the thousands of martyrs in the Great Offensive, Şeker said: “The CHP leader was expected to share a message. He did not share a message on August 26, and for the first time, a CHP leader did not mark the day.
Kılıçdaroğlu shared the message on June 8 and went silent after May 28. This was the first message in which he broke the silence. He heartily congratulated the Pendik Spor community, which moved to the Super League. The CHP leader who shared this message was expected to share a message dedicated to the Great Offensive and our martyrs. Our duty is to convey these reactions.
CHP social media was one of the areas where changes were seen when discussing changes to CHP. Recall that he was entrusted to Eren Erdem,” he said.
Those who sit in Atatürk’s chair and don’t remember Atatürk
Journalist Fatih Altayli In a previous article, he criticized CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu for not mentioning Atatürk’s name on 26 August, except for the Department of Religious Affairs.
Journalist Fatih Altayli said:
“Because the Directorate of Religious Affairs, founded by Atatürk, once again marked the Great Attack, as it always did, but did not honor the memory of the Great Commander of this offensive, the founder of this country and the institution in which they are located, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. .
The overwhelming majority reacted with good reason, and the head of the Religious Affairs Office, armed with a sword, also mentioned Atatürk’s name in a message he published to salvage the obvious. But there is a God, he published almost the same message last year and honored the memory of Atatürk there.
Well, besides the Department of Religious Affairs, who doesn’t mention Atatürk’s name on August 26th?
Let me tell you.
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, leader of the party founded by Atatürk and taking the place of Atatürk, saw no need to commemorate the Great Offensive on August 26, let alone Atatürk.
The reverend, who thinks tweets are politics, didn’t mention Atatürk or the Great Offensive even with a single tweet on August 26.
He said something to Erdogan that began with “dear Erdogan,” scribbled something in defense of the rights of experienced non-commissioned officers, but did not mention the Great Offensive, Atatürk, or the Manzikert victory.
So, you understand, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, or the Department of Religious Affairs.
In fact, there is no difference between them.”
Meaning August 26th.
The great offensive and the battle of the Commander-in-Chief, which began on August 26, 1922 and culminated in a great victory on August 30 of the Turkish army under the command of the Great Leader Atatürk, became one of the greatest heroic epics. written in golden letters in history.
After a year of preparation for the complete defeat of the enemy army, which was stopped after the bloody battles at Sakarya, which lasted 22 days and 22 nights, on August 26, 1922, Commander-in-Chief Mustafa Kemal Pasha ordered the operation to be carried out. The Great Offensive began.