Police officers wanted Kurdish music to be turned off in a cafe

A group of policemen sitting in a cafe in Sur, Amed, asked for Kurdish music to be turned off.

Once again Kurdish music has been targeted.

On Wednesday night a group of police officers, including police security officers, were sitting in a cafe in the borough of Sur in Diyarbakır.

Kurdish music was being played in the cafe and the police officers told staff to turn it off.

The police officers told staff: "Go and turn this music off, we don't understand what it said" and added they did not want Kurdish music to be played.  

Despite the police threat, the cafe staff did not change the music and continued to play Kurdish songs.
Cafe workers said that throughout the day they registered police activity around the cafe.