A number of the war-wounded people organized a gathering at the shrine of the martyr Dijla in Kobani, with the aim of warning against the tension in southern Kurdistan in Zine Warti region.
The member of the war-wounded Sherine Osman read during the gathering the statement.
The statement indicated that the Turkish occupation state seeks to occupy the regions of southern Kurdistan, and fabricate internal fighting among the Kurdish people in southern Kurdistan, through the use of the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
The statement added, "The KDP previously handed over 20 locations to the Turkish army, and now it is gathering its forces in Zine Warti with the support of the Turkish state, and calls on the PKK to get out of southern Kurdistan."
The statement indicated that the KDP statements serve the policies of the Turkish state and pave the way for internal fighting between the Kurdish people, "and this is what the Justice and Development Party seeks."
In their statement, the war-wounded condemned the efforts of the Turkish state, and they also appealed to the Kurdistan Democratic Party not to "turn into a tool for implementing the Turkish plans and fabricate internal fighting between the Kurdish people."
The war-wounded also appealed to all Kurdish intellectuals and political parties to confront the Turkish plans.