The father, who took his 3 daughters across the Tujla stream, where there is no bridge so they can go to school, got full marks through his sacrifice. Dad now wants a bridge over the current.
Deniz Yesilbus, a father of 4, lives in the village of Salkom in Muratkairi Mahalesi, in the Kat district of Erzurum, who sees him and sees him go to school for 3 daughters.
Especially in the winter season, with the increase in the flow of Tuzla current, which passes in front of Salkom village, vehicles enter and exit the village.
Mallard, on the other hand, fell into rough waters to take his daughters Ella, 11, Yagmur, 9, and Jeannepp, 7, to school, across the river, and on the school bus.
Breathe comfortably in summer
Despite the spring and winter weather, the father did not give up, walking 3 kilometers, crossing the snowy roads and rough water to take his children to the service.
In summer, the flow of currents decreases, giving the family a sigh of relief.
In villages where entry and exit of vehicles cannot be arranged in summer, at least the low flow of water makes fathers and daughters happy.
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“We’ve been living under stress for years.”
Father Deniz Yasalbash says the village doesn’t have a bridge to cross the current for years, “We don’t have bridges, we don’t have access to villages. We have a hard time getting our students to school. We are walking on the main road, children are crossing the water on our backs. Spring and winter we can’t go through here. We’ve lost 2 lives on this page before. Says
“We are in a situation of drought rejection”
Yeşilbaş says the drought has reduced the flow rate, so they are happy with the drought. “There has been a drought in Erzurum this year. Usually, we don’t rejoice in the drought, but we do. Because the only way to get out of the water. When it decreases, we can move comfortably. We want the help of our government. We want to build a bridge here. “ He said.
“The video explains what we felt.”
Noting that the images reflected in the camera of the mobile phone say everything, Deniz Yesilba said, “Someone took a video of me crossing the water. That video explains what we went through. We are in the middle. We are now in a time when water is at its lowest. Because there was not much rain this year. For 3-4 months in the spring we are going through a very, very difficult time. In winter, our roads will never be open again. Many times the water exceeds our height. One day, as we were taking our baby down the street, his legs almost froze. ” He said.
“Dad how do we pay your dues”
Your children “Dad, how are we going to pay you?” What he said, Jesilbash said, “I struggle with our children in our own efforts so that our children can read. I want them to be our state, our nation and our good children. I hope their future is bright, they don’t need anyone. This is our effort so that these are beneficial for the country. They ask me how can we repay your father? That’s enough for me. ” Says
“We have a way of being oppressed.”
Ella Jesilbus, one of the children, noted that she was frightened and cried when she saw her father’s condition as he walked through the water. “There is a current in front of our village. Our canal is overflowing, we are constantly having difficulty in passing through it. In winter, the water is almost my father’s height. We have trouble crossing the water. We had a video. As it turned out, the water had almost taken my father away. We were terrified when my father was dragged away. We cried a lot. We have ways like oppression. In summer we walk as there is no access to any vehicle. As there is no bridge, cars cannot come to our village. ” Used phrases.
“Let our father carry us on his back.”
9-year-old Yagmur Mallard “We have no bridge. We want to build a bridge. We are very scared to go through there. Our father picked him up on his back. We cannot go alone. We are calling our President. Let’s build a bridge. ” He said.
“I lost my father because of this water.”
One of the villagers, Bullet Yesilbus, says he lost his father, who had a heart attack seven years ago, because of tea. “We are experiencing this ordeal from our forefathers. In 2009, when my wife was about to give birth, we called the health team. They could not cross the water. My wife has given birth across the water. In 2014, my dad had a heart attack. The medical team came again, they could not cross the water. My father is dead. I want the help of our president. We don’t want to suffer anymore. ” Made a statement.