Turkey orders detention of 166 people in coup-related operation: media

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The examination was at first centered around Istanbul police central command staff yet spread crosswise over 35 regions, focusing on individuals who utilized somewhat referred to cell phone informing application known as ByLock, state-run Anadolu Agency said.Turkish powers issued detainment warrants on Friday for 166 individuals including police boss, state media reported, dispatching a new operation connected to July's endeavored upset which Ankara accuses for adherents of US-based minister Fethullah Gulen. 

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The examination was at first centered around Istanbul police home office staff however spread crosswise over 35 regions, focusing on individuals who utilized somewhat referred to cell phone informing application known as ByLock, state-run Anadolu Agency said. 

In the post-overthrow crackdown, about 32,000 individuals have been imprisoned pending trial and around 100,000 individuals from the security and common administrations, college educators and others have been terminated or suspended from work.Turkey's Western partners in the European Union and NATO have voiced worries that blameless individuals might be cleared up in the examinations, which pundits have portrayed as a cleanse. Turkey authorized crisis lead and started releasing, suspending and capturing state authorities after the overthrow endeavor in which rebel troops enlisted warplanes to bomb parliament and utilized tanks to execute 240 individuals, a considerable lot of whom were regular people. 

Ankara says devotees of Gulen organized the upset to topple President Tayyip Erdogan and seize control of the nation. Gulen, a one-time partner of Erdogan, denies any contribution. A senior Turkish authority said in August the nation's knowledge office had recognized no less than 56,000 agents of Gulen's system after it broke the ByLock application, which the gathering started utilizing as a part of 2014.

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