claimed responsibility for two bombings that were committed at a police station and a local office of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) in ystanbul in the summer of 2012.
During police operations on Gezi protests across the country, the MLKP
was the most prolific illegal organization, with 38 percent of detainees being members of the MLKP
Following the beginning of the settlement process between the government and the terrorist PKK to end the decades-long armed-conflict, the PKK and the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), an umbrella network that includes the PKK, contacted marginal terrorist organizations the DHKP-C and the MLKP according to the information in the intelligence report.
The report suggests that the two terrorist organizations, the DHKP-C and the MLKP, recruit members at summer camps, concerts and picnics.
In a separate operation conducted against protesters on Wednesday, 67 people, including members of the ESP and the MLKP, were also taken into custody.
MLKP terrorists allegedly attend protests with guns
AMMUNATION DEPOT FOUND: Turkish Police confiscated a huge arsenal with various kinds of explosives and weapons at the houses and offices of MLKP
(Marxist-Leninist Communist Party) and ESP (Socialist Party of Oppressed) in Istanbul, who were active participants of Turkish "Gezi Park" protests.