A raid conducted by Turkish troops on hideouts of the PKK terrorist organization revealed immense differences in the living conditions of the terrorist leaders and their subordinates.
The raid on caves once occupied by the terrorist organization in Yüksekova, a mountainous town in southeastern Turkey, found a well-furnished hideout, complete with LCD TVs and espresso machines estimated to be the home of senior leaders of the group. Troops had trouble entering another cave occupied by PKK recruits due to a heavy stench. Inside, dirty blankets and personal belongings of the militants were scattered around on the dirty floor, whereas the cave of PKK leaders were furnished with carpets. The leaders' cave had six rooms, while their subordinates were forced to huddle in a small cave where they lived in hiding from security forces, which stepped up operations against the PKK recently.
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