Martyr leader Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu
It is commemorated on the 12th anniversary of Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu's death. Yazıcıoğlu, the founder and first chairman of the Great Union Party, died in a helicopter crash on 25 March 2009 in the Göksun district of Kahramanmaraş. Here is Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu's life ... The former BBP President Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, who died 12 years ago in a helicopter crash in the Göksun district of Kahramanmaraş on March 25, 2009, is once again remembered with longing. Here is the exemplary life of Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, one of the legendary leaders that we feel a little more lacking every day; Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu was born on December 31, 1954 in the Elmalı village of Sivas's Şarkışla district. Yazıcıoğlu, who completed his primary and secondary education in Şarkışla, where he was born, graduated from Ankara University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and completed his education life. He joined the Young Nationalists Movement in the Şarkışla district of Sivas in 1968. During his university education in Ankara, he started to work at the Ülkü Ocakları Headquarters. Yazıcıoğlu, who later served as Vice President of Ülkü Ocakları and President of Ülkü Ocakları, respectively, became the founding President of the Ülkücü Youth Association, which started its activities in 1978.
I'M COLD, HİS POEM MADE A LOT OF NOİSE
In the trials made after 1980, he spent seven and a half years in prison, including five years in a cell. Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, who was accused of being involved in the Bahçelievler and Kahramanmaraş massacres in the same period, spent five and a half years in a cell and two years in prison for 7.5 years. Yazicioglu, who was acquitted as a result of the proving that the accusation was unfounded, was released from prison where he spent seven and a half years innocently. During the seven and a half years he spent in prison, he was interested in poetry and left many poems describing those periods. The most well-known and resounding poem he wrote in that period was the poem "I am cold". Yazıcıoğlu joined the Nationalist Labor Party (MÇP) in 1987 and served as the Deputy Secretary General. However, on July 7, 1992, he left the MÇP with his 5 deputy friends on the grounds that "it did not match the political understanding of the party he was in". On January 29, 1993, he founded the Great Unity Party (BBP) with a group of friends who left the MÇP and became the party's leader. In the early general elections held on 24 December 1995, he re-entered the Turkish Grand National Assembly as the 20th Term Sivas deputy from the ANAP-BBP alliance. He resigned from ANAP on February 28, 1996 and returned to the BBP. He was re-elected chairman at the 4th Extraordinary Grand Conventions on 8 October 2000, the 5th on 20 July 2003 and the 6th Ordinary Congress on 30 April 2006 and the 2nd Extraordinary Congress on 15 April 2007. In the July 22, 2007 elections, he entered the TBMM as an independent deputy from Sivas and was re-elected as the BBP Chairman, which he left before the elections. Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu got on a helicopter from his meeting in Kahramanmaraş on 25 March 2009 to go to the Yozgat meeting. However, the helicopter crashed in the Göksun district of Kahramanmaraş. 48 hours after the accident, the wreckage of the helicopter and the body of 6 people, including Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, were found by 17 volunteers from the search teams in the area of Kesne and Kızılöz villages in the area of Kesne and Kızılöz in Kanlıçukur. The wreckage was not within the area where 48 hours of exploration was carried out, but 115 km away. On March 28, 2009 at 14:10, BBP Secretary General Yalçın Topçu announced that BBP President Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu and his entourage had passed away. Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, who is married and has two children, could not survive this accident, although Yazıcıoğlu, who had 17 accidents throughout his life, survived many of them with minor abrasions. Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu's funeral was held 6 days after his death on 31 March 2009 at Kocatepe Mosque. At the ceremony in the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Yazıcıoğlu's body, wrapped in the Turkish flag, was decorated with flowers. Approximately 700,000 people attended the funeral, including members of the press.