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Necat Gülseven

Necat Gülseven

Necat Gülseven is known as a businessperson from Diyarbakır; it was reported that he purchased the shares of Bilal Şirin on Show Radyo on November 19, 2018. The amount paid by Necat Gülseven to Bilal Şirin for this purchase is unknown.

Show Radyo is broadcast as part of the 3N MEDYA GROUP.

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In almost all reports, news articles the name of Necat Gülseven appears as head of board of directors of 3N MEDYA Group.

According to the Trade Registry Gazette dated January 20, 2020, 3N Medya Group Chair Murat Kelkitlioğlu’s membership of the executive board ended.

Having served 16 years in prison and been released as per the legal regulation on execution on April 16, criminal organization leader Alaattin Çakıcı reportedly met with Necat Gülseven, Tevfik Karaaslan and Veysi Nazlıcan in November 2020 and posted the meeting on his social media account.

It was reported in the press in July 2019 that a lawsuit had been filed against Necat Gülseven on charge of tax evasion by issuing false invoices and the trial was held at the İstanbul Anadolu 45th Criminal Court of First Instance. Gülseven faces up to 10 years in prison.

With the decision no. 2020/5043 of the İstanbul 11th Criminal Judgeship of Peace on November 10, 2020, an access block has been imposed on the news reports published in the Cumhuriyet Newspaper’s website and T24, TELE1 and Oda TV news websites, which reported that Necat Gülseven and Media Group Chair Murat Kelkitlioğlu were charged with “threat, plunder and blackmail."

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