The statue of Ertugrul Ghazi was removed in Turkey, what was the reason?

Accept (94 news) Ordo, Turkey (Army) The statue of 'Ertugrul Ghazi' has been removed due to its resemblance to the engine Altan.

According to international media reports, the Turkish province of Ordo (Army) As part of a project, statues of other Turkish historical figures, including Ertugrul Ghazi, were erected, but when a photo of Ertugrul Ghazi's statue went viral on social media, users said the statue resembled the engine Altan.

Statue of Ertugrul Ghazi removed in Turkey

Engin Altan is a Turkish actor who has played the role of Ertugrul Ghazi in the Turkish series "Dirlash Ertugrul".

At the behest of social media users, the administration of the Turkish province of Ordo has removed a statue of Ertugrul Ghazi.

It should be noted that in the Turkish series, Ertugrul is the son of Suleiman Shah, a chief of the Qai tribe, and a brave warrior who believes only in Allah and who fights to raise the banner of Islam all over the world.

On the instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Turkish series 'Ertugrul Ghazi' is being dubbed in Urdu and aired on a state TV channel.

The Turkish series "Ertugrul Ghazi" aired in Urdu has captivated Pakistanis.


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