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Traces of the United States in possible conspiracy in Türkiye

Ankara, May 16.- The Turkish newspaper Aydinlik today highlighted the participation of sects oriented to the United States in a possible conspiracy against the authorities in the ranks of the country's law enforcement agencies.

Recently, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held an emergency meeting with the heads of intelligence and the Ministry of Justice after warning of a possible coup attempt.

Interior Minister Ali Erlikaya announced his intention to identify structures that work against the authorities and the people.

Previously, the country fired and detained police officers from the Ankara Security Directorate accused of links to a criminal organization.

Serdar Sertçelik, who is on trial for allegedly being the number two of the Bora Kaplan criminal organization, claimed to be a secret witness in this case.

The detainee indicated that the police forced him to give the names of some leaders of the ruling Ak Parti party.

Following Sertçelik's statements, the police chiefs were arrested and suspended.

The National Intelligence Organization and security forces discovered that they were leading a conspiracy against President Tayyip Erdogan.

The plot involves some sects that are oriented to the interests of the United States, the publication wrote. (PL) (Photo: RT News)

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