Hunger strike of PKK and PAJK prisoners in its 7th day
PKK and PAJK prisoners continue the indefinite and alternate hunger strike in jails across Turkey and North Kurdistan for one week now.
PKK (Kurdistan Worker's Party) and PAJK (Kurdistan Women's Liberation Party, Partiya Azadiya Jin a Kurdistan) prisoners continue the indefinite and alternate hunger strike in jails across Turkey and North Kurdistan for one week now.
In a statement on behalf of PKK and PAJK prisoners on March 4, Deniz Kaya said their protest was a “warning” to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the ruling AKP government, with their demand being the ending of the isolation imposed on Öcalan, removal of the siege and curfew in the areas of self-rule and resistance, acknowledgment of Kurdish people's demand for self-administration and their attainment of political status.
Kaya emphasised that they as PKK and PAJK inmates in prisons in Turkey and North Kurdistan will be standing by and taking part in the honorable resistance of their people, for which purpose they have started an indefinite and alternate hunger strike in all prisons.