Karaman workers were first detained, then charged with 8 thousand lira fines
It was alleged that the personnel of the fruit juice factory operating in Karaman, a member of Tek-Gıda İş Union, were first detained and then fined.
According to the allegations, a fine of 8 thousand 100 lira was fined for violating the curfew after 9 workers who were fired from the US Cargill for being a union member were detained and released.
In Karaman, Cargill workers went to Ankara on the 1000th day of their protest after they wanted to protest in front of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. The workers, who were waiting in front of their unions in front of Tek Gıda-İş, were detained after the police refused to give permission. The workers who were released after the detentions set out with the promise of the police "Go home". However, workers were stopped on the way out of Ankara, and fines were imposed for violating the curfew. 9 workers were fined 900 lira per person, a total of 8 thousand 100 lira.
The workers accompanied them until the departure of Ankara, and while they were on the way to Karaman, they posted on their social media account “The police officers who punished us in Ankara gave a report. They said you can go to Karaman with this. At the entrance of Karaman, again at 04:45, a fine was imposed due to the curfew. They said that everybody should drown in his cruelty and he was punished for the second time.