The recent earthquake in Turkey, like most natural disasters, is not the result of a single fault of any one individual or government. Natural earthquakes are caused by the movement of tectonic plates along fault lines, which can be triggered by a variety of geological processes.
However, some experts have criticized the government for poor construction standards and lack of proper building codes and regulations, which may have contributed to the damage and loss of life during the earthquake. In some cases, buildings that were not built to withstand earthquakes were damaged or collapsed, leading to loss of life.
It’s also important to note that while some criticism of the government’s role in the earthquake may be warranted, responding to and recovering from a natural disaster of this scale is a complex and challenging task, and the government and other organizations have likely been working hard to provide support and assistance to those affected.