Turkey’s Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ called on sympathizers of the Gülen movement to give information about the activities of the movement, encouraging them to benefit remorse law.

The government has long been carrying out a reckless clampdown on the movement accusing it of masterminding the July 15 coup attempt in the latest crackdown.

“Our penal code includes procedures about remorse law. Those who give information about administration and activities of the organization, have a right to benefit from effective remorse law,” Bozdağ said during a ceremony on October 7.

Top government officials earlier called on citizens to report Gülen followers to police.