Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu accused Syria Kurds for deadly attack

, 11:59 AM IST

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said deadly terrorist attack in Ankara on Wednesday was carried out by Kurdish YPG militia based in Syria, and nine people have been arrested.

He said the fighters worked in co-operation with militants from the outlawed Kurdistan
Workers Party (PKK) in Turkey. Which also klled few senior PKK fighters.

Ankara promised to continue to shell the YPG, with the Syrian Kurds denying all allegations and saying Islamic State is behind the attack. He named the Ankara bomber as Salih Necar, a Syrian national and member of the Syrian. and few senior PKK fighters were among those killed.

He said . “A direct link between the attack and the YPG has been established.”