An Ankara court ruled on the arrest of 5 executives from the two companies that used to provide food and construction materials to the government-closed education institutions affiliated with the Gulen movement.

The arrestees are accused of aiding and abetting to a terrorist organization as the government pinned the blame for the July 15 coup attempt on the movement.

Among the evidence the court justified its decision on are deposit receipts from Bank Asya, an Islamic lender the government closed as part of its crackdown against the movement.