Those responsible for Ankara attack should resign: CHP
Ankara's main train station is seen after the attack. DHA photoAll political figures who have negligence in the Oct. 10 attack in Ankara, where at least 95 people were killed, should resign, the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) said in a written statement.
“We demand an inspection on the reasons for such a big weakness at the security and intelligence bodies,” read the statement.
”We want all political figures with responsibility who have negligence in this incident resign even it is too late.”
“Even we feel pain and anger, we should stick to common sense,” it said.
The party has cancelled election campaign activities for three days, just like its political rivals.
Earlier in the day, Interior Minister Selami Altınok ruled out any responsibility, saying that he did not consider resignation.
CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaorğlu said after the attack that the party was ready to lend any support to end terrorism.
"We are ready with all our power," he said.