When school not allocated, they enter Al-Sira Exam at the condolence home
In some villages of Turkiye's Bitlis, participants entered Al-Sira exam at the condolence house because the authorities did not allow schools to be used for the exam.
The Al-Sira exam was held throughout Turkiye attended by 300,000 people on Sunday with the theme of "Read Him, Live Him" organized by Prophet Lovers Platform.
While this exam was held in Turkiye's 75 provinces, 5,230 people attended in Bitlis. One week before the exam, all the schools were arranged due to the permission was taken from Bitlis Governorship. Participants also received a message including information about their schools.
Governor's Office informed the Platform officials just a day before the exam that imam-hatip schools and several boarding primary schools cannot be used for the exam, despite all the preparations.
Despite all efforts of the platform authorities, the schools could not be arranged. Participants who came to the schools in the early hours of the morning on Sunday reacted to this obstruction of Governorship.
In this case, some participants have traveled several kilometers, went to the city center and towns entered exams in the schools there.
Residents of the Boğazönü (Parsink) village made the condolence home ready for the exam, voicing that not having schools for the al-Sira exam is unacceptable.
It was learned that residents of the village carried tables and chairs from their own houses to the condolence house, where the exam was held.