Erdoğan ignores man's desperate cry for help, goes on with rally
President Erdoğan has completely ignored a man's desperate cries for help and went on addressing his supporters despite hearing the man. The man was heard saying that his house burned down and that he has no one.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has completely ignored a man's desperate cries for help during a rally in the northwestern province of Eskişehir.
"My house burned down. I have no one!" the man is heard telling Erdoğan.
What followed was Erdoğan looking down, before lifting his head up to ask his supporters, "Are you ready?"
The confrontation was slammed on social media since the Turkish President chose to ignore the man's cries. Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) deputy Hüda Kaya shared the video and asked whether the people are ready to put an end to the Erdoğan rule.
Ülkemizin ve halkımızın emeğini talan eden ve insanımızı yok sayan #AKP ve #RTE iktidarını göndermeye #Hazırmıyız https://t.co/DBTIDg3tGz— Hüda Kaya (@HudaKaya777) October 24, 2021
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