4 people arrested for posting unnecessary threatening posts on social media

4 people arrested for posting unnecessary threatening posts on social media


The series of earthquakes that have been occurring in Turkey for the past 2 days has completely paralyzed the country. The cities of Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Hadai, Osmaniye, Atiyaman, Malatya, Sanliurfa, Adana, Diyarbakir and Kilis are the worst affected cities in Turkey.

There are reports that more than 6 thousand people have died due to the earthquake in Turkey. Many flats have collapsed and been razed to the ground. While many people have died in the rubble, the scenes of survivors searching for their families are heart-wrenching.

The news about the effects of this earthquake and the rescue operations are constantly being published on social media. Especially in Turkey’s Hade Nagir, which has suffered the most damage, many people have posted on social media complaining that the rescue work is not good.

It is said that some of them have published alarming posts about the effects of the earthquake. The Turkish police are arresting and interrogating 4 people who posted on social media to create unnecessary fear and panic.

Police said they are investigating the four persons after finding accounts of sharing the recordings with the aim of creating fear and panic among people. But the police did not release any information about the recordings.

At the same time, the address and location information of the people sharing information on social websites asking for help has been detected immediately and coordination has been established to provide assistance, according to the Turkish police.


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