Fikret Güven, who worked at the Bakacak View Terrace in Bursa Uludağ, was making a living by selling tea in the region. Güven’s business also broke down when the road to the kiosk was closed.
THE ROAD TO THE BUFFET IS CLOSED
According to Güven’s claim; Companies wishing to rent snow vehicles pressured the Bursa Governorship that the road was dangerous and that it should be closed. Güven, who wanted to go to his buffet but was not allowed to go, took his breath in front of the governorship building.
“I CAN’T LET MORE”
Guessing that she could not stand the deterioration of her business day by day, Guven set herself on fire by pouring gasoline on her in front of the governor’s office. Güven, who was intervened by the police with fire tubes, was taken to the hospital by being put in the police car.
“THERE IS A GANG IN ULUDAĞ”
Çaycı Güven previously addressed the citizens of Bursa on social media and said, “There is a gang in Uludağ. There are those who wear the shirt of the state and serve the interest gang. Uludağ asked for support by saying, “If you do not want to drink tea for 10 liras and coffee for 20-30 liras, if you do not want to be piled, claim your place”.