The suspected driving force behind the attempted coup against the Turkish government had once in the past served as a military attaché to Israel, as indicated by reports.
General Akin Öztürk, who was likewise the previous officer of Turkey’s aviation based armed forces, was captured on Saturday alongside no less than five different commanders in association with the fizzled overthrow on Friday night.
Press television reports
From 1998 to 2000, Öztürk served in Turkey’s Tel Aviv international safe haven and later went ahead to serve as the aviation based armed forces authority until he ventured down a year ago. He held his seat in Turkey’s Incomparable Military Committee.
Turkey has reported that Öztürk and his claimed accomplices will be attempted over treachery charges.
As indicated by Turkish Executive Binali Yildirim, those behind the upset won’t confront capital punishment as it is against the nation’s constitution, however sacred changes are being considered to piece future overthrows.
Before the overthrow, Öztürk was a commended military figure, respected by awards from his own nation and NATO.
The upset endeavor began on Friday evening when tanks took up positions on two scaffolds over the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul, blocking activity.
On Saturday, Turkey reported that the fizzled endeavor to seize control of the nation by a group of the military is currently over, with 2,839 warriors, including high-positioning officers being captured.