Women launch Twitter campaign at 9pm for missing student Gülistan

Women will be storming Twitter tonight, demanding to find Women will be storming Twitter tonight, demanding to find Gülistan Doku who has been missing for 113 days.

Rosa Women's Association will be launching the hashtag “VideoCozulsun GulistanBulun” at 9 pm (Turkish time) this evening, demanding to find Munzur University student, Gülistan Doku, who disappeared in Dersim 113 days ago. Efforts to find out what happened to young student slowed down since the coronavirus crisis began. 

Rosa Women's Association said "We believe that if we stand and act together we will find Gülistan. We are expecting everyone's support to carry out the social media action on Sunday."

What happened to Gülistan Doku?

Gülistan Doku went missing after leaving the dormitory where she had stayed on 5 January. Her family, who is living in Amed, went to Dersim and reported that their daughter had disappeared. The Tunceli Chief Public Prosecutor's Office opened an investigation after the family's notification.

However, the investigation from the beginning focused only on the possibility of Doku having committed 'suicide', while the possibilities of 'having been killed', 'deprived of her liberty', 'pushed to suicide' or 'forcibly disappeared' were basically not investigated.