Inauguration of 'Gulten Akın Library' in Esenyurt

The Opening of the 'Gulten Akin Library' in Esenyurt took place
Inauguration of 'Gulten Akın Library' in Esenyurt

IMM President, who opened the 'Gülten Akın Library' in Esenyurt Kıraç Ekrem İmamoğlugave important messages on many issues. Emphasizing that the concept of 'crazy project', which is not human-oriented, has changed, İmamoğlu said, “Sometimes, people unfortunately lose their measurement values ​​related to the concept of the project. They cannot grasp what is a very big project and what is a very small project. And the works that are conceptualized as many structural projects that are really future-oriented, perhaps doing more harm than good, are unfortunately kept ahead. But first of all, people and the concepts that touch people are unfortunately forgotten and pushed into the background. In fact, they are never brought together with people, with our people," he said. Emphasizing that Istanbul has one of the largest human resources in the world, İmamoğlu said, "Who can guess that today you will not get out of this place, not just one but a few Gülten Akın. Or a few scientists, Uğur Şahin or Özlem Türeci, who changed the world and saved the world from a great disease. We sincerely believe that many concepts like this will come from Esenyurt, but from Kıraç, but from Ümraniye and Bağcılar.”

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) President Ekrem İmamoğlu, within the scope of the "150 Projects in 150 Days" marathon, officially opened the "Gülten Akın Library", the construction of which was completed in Kıraç Şehitler Mahallesi. Expressing his satisfaction that the library was named after the late Akın, one of the most important poets of Turkish literature, İmamoğlu gave striking messages in his speech at the opening, on many subjects from the human-oriented 'crazy project' concept to Esenyurt, where the most concrete examples of crooked construction in Istanbul are located. The headlines of İmamoğlu's speech were as follows:

NEW “CRAZY PROJECT” CONCEPT

“These are special and important steps for Istanbul. Sometimes people unfortunately lose their measurement values ​​related to the concept of the project. They cannot grasp what is a very big project and what is a very small project. Today's government, in fact, has made the society fall into such a mistake. And works that are conceptualized as many structural projects that are oriented towards the future of the society, perhaps doing more harm than good, are unfortunately kept ahead. But first of all, people and concepts that touch people are unfortunately forgotten and pushed into the background. In fact, it is never brought together with people, with our people. Who can guess that one of our girls here today is not Gülten Akın. Or who can guess that not one, but several Gülten Akın will not get out of here. Or a few scientists, Uğur Şahin or Özlem Türeci, who changed the world and saved the world from a great disease. We sincerely believe that many concepts like this will come from Esenyurt, Kıraç, Ümraniye and Bağcılar. Because if you say 'Where is the world's largest human resource'; For me, one of their greatest resources, one of their gems, is in Istanbul.”

“WHEN YOU STAY AWAY FROM WASTE, YOUR BUDGET MEETS BREAKET”

“From the People's Bread Factory to the Basilica Cistern, we are walking with many beautiful steps. We are opening our libraries. In the near future, we will continue to bring our subways, funicular lines and much more special structures to Istanbulites. We serve all parts of Istanbul. We make correct, planned, rational investments. Touching people and contributing to the most basic needs of our people... In some places, we are implementing the project that takes the most serious step in the fight against drugs. In some places, we bring knowledge and culture to our children so that they can receive a better education. On the other hand, unfortunately, we repair, repair, shape some of the neglected works of the old period or some works that were left unfinished or incomplete, making them useful for that region and presenting them to the service of our citizens with a great transformation and change. At the same time, the issue of social assistance is one of the most important issues in Istanbul. In this regard, we actively stand by our fellow citizens of Istanbul. We are trying to contribute and support them and fulfill our responsibility in these difficult days without showing and hurting those people. We carry out this process by staying away from waste, nepotism and partisanship. This is also a blessing to our budget. kazanyelling. When you avoid waste, your budget meets abundance and then you realize you are doing more work than you planned to do.”

ISTAVROZ RIVER MESSAGES

“Yesterday we made an opening in Üsküdar. The opening we made in Üsküdar may seem small. But Istanbul is a charismatic city. One of the most charismatic cities in the world. Sometimes a small mistake, a little negligence, draws the charisma. In other words, if he is telling the world about an image on the Bosphorus, in a pool of blood on the Feast of Sacrifice, in Istanbul; even on this holiday, television channels with helicopters, "I wonder if there is blood there again," while shooting from the sky with cameras, "Oh, there is no; it means that the system has changed, there is a situation that has come into service here', if they like to say, 'If they are experiencing this change, that means not drawing the charisma. And the investment we make is important. Okay, an investment of close to 200 million lira may not be a very important investment for the Metropolitan, but it is an important investment. Why? Here's to maintaining that charisma. So how did we do this? We did it in solidarity. Of course, at the first moment of a process that was started before us, but they had to stop, at the first moment of a beginning, which we quickly finished, by meeting with the Mayor of that district, with a service-oriented meeting, by reconciling, talking, and saying, "This is a very important issue," said Üsküdar Municipality. The Mayor made a recommendation, and the Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality took it personally, let alone plug his ears. And we opened it together.”

USKUDAR MESSAGES

“What did the Mayor do? He thanked us. 'Wow, why would you thank me?' Actually, I mean this: The step taken is a rational step. In other words, the stance of a virtuous mayor who shares the problem with me and shows a meaningful attitude. The second virtuous step is to thank both the past initiators and the present finishers who came to its opening. He came to the opening, Ekrem İmamoğluMaybe hundreds of people from Üsküdar and our fellow citizens from Üsküdar who come to listen to it, maybe many of them may be members of my party; Talking to them, the third virtuous act? Those handful of people who are too blind to see this, God knows what they are doing and saying to such people behind the scenes. I'm upset. Our path is one with respect for people and the path of everyone who cares for the city. Look, these cities and these countries have suffered a lot because of political discrimination and partisanship. It still pulls. If the economy is bad, if the problem has grown in this country, if the incompetence has taken its toll, the route formed entirely through that sense of partisanship has brought this to us. The only way out of this is to get rid of partisanship.”

METRO AND HIZRAY MESSAGES

“What is my wish and wish from here? Nearly 1 million of my compatriots settled here; from east to west, from south to north, from Turkish to Kurdish, from Laz to our other citizens. From Alawites to Sunni of all faiths; Shafi, Jafarisi, many of my citizens; from lady to gentleman… Since he is a citizen of Istanbul, since he is Istanbul's child, woman; then we have to move many services that sync them here. First of all, we have to connect this place with Istanbul in a very healthy way. We are in an intense work process to open the Mahmutbey-Esenyurt line with an investment of approximately 650 million Euros, with an investment of approximately 850 million Euros. Nearly 1,5 years later, we received our approval from the Infrastructure Transportation Unit regarding the operation of the Sefaköy-Avcılar-Esenyurt-Beylikdüzü line, worth approximately XNUMX million Euros. We are now making our efforts for Treasury approval. We have prepared some financing. We are preparing for that subway. We developed the 'HIZRAY' project, which we describe as 'Istanbul's future project,' connecting Istanbul to Sabiha Gökçen via TÜYAP Esenyurt. My friends did this first, HalkalıThey designed it as Sabiha Gökçen. I told my friends: When you add Esenyurt, Büyükçekmece, Beylikdüzü, Avcılar and parts of Başakşehir, approximately 3 million today and 3,5-4 million tomorrow will live here. In other words, one out of every 5 people in Istanbul is there. Therefore, we said that if we do not connect it, this project will have started incompletely. We will carry the HIZRAY project, which we have developed and promoted all over the world, from Esenyurt to that region.”

THE LIBRARY OPENED WITH THE “MAD GIRL'S TURKUS” AND THE DREAMS OF CHILDREN

After his speech, İmamoğlu invited the children of Esenyurt, who watched him inside and outside, to join him. İmamoğlu holding a microphone to the little citizens to listen to their dreams for the future, CHP deputies Emine Gülizar Emecan and Zeynel Emre, Esenyurt Mayor Kemal Deniz Bozkurt, Beylikdüzü Mayor Mehmet Murat Çalık, Küçükçekmece Mayor Kemal Çebi, Deputy Secretary General of the IMM, accompanying the opening of the Gülten Akın Library. Mahir Polat performed with the late Akın's daughter Deniz Akın and the children from Esenyurt. İmamoğlu and the accompanying delegation toured the library in the company of Sezen Aksu's “Crazy Girl's Song” composed from a poem by Gülten Akın. Faced with the intense interest of the citizens, İmamoğlu also made short visits to the shopkeepers around the library.

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