A huge cleansing of Turkey’s state and other institutions is continuing as people from all walks of life find themselves being hunted down and taken into custody.

At least 92 people were arrested, while 144 others were detained on Friday, according to Turkish news agencies.

Police carried out the operations in 28 provinces across Turkey. With most of the arrestees being aid organization personnel, those arrested over the past day also included state workers, police officers, academics, housewives, businesspeople, military officers and a jobless person.

Among those detained are court personnel, association staff, police officers and a district governor.

Meanwhile, a total of 52 personnel from Çanakkale 18 Mart University were dismissed from their posts over their alleged links to the Gülen movement, on Friday.

The victims of Friday’s operations carried out as part of the massive purge have been added to the already-enormous group of people who have been either detained or arrested since July 15.

Turkey survived a military coup attempt on July 15 that killed over 240 people and wounded more than a thousand others. Immediately after the putsch, the government along with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan pinned the blame on the Gülen movement. Despite Gülen and the movement having denied the accusation, Erdoğan — calling the coup attempt “a gift from God” — and the government launched a widespread purge aimed at cleansing sympathizers of the movement from within state institutions, dehumanizing its popular figures and putting them in custody.

More than 100,000 people have been purged from state bodies, nearly 43,000 detained and 24,000 arrested since the coup attempt. Arrestees included journalists, judges, prosecutors, police and military officers, academics, governors and even a comedian.

Critics argue that lists of Gülen sympathizers were drawn up prior to the coup attempt.