Turkey is faced by a huge security threat from militancy as it is gearing towards holding a snap general election on November 1.
Turkey’s rival parties failed to reach a compromise to form a coalition government following a disputed vote in June.
The coming general election is schedule to place on November 1 amid backdrop of recent suicide bomb attack on a peace rally in Ankara.
It is not possible to downplay security threat looming ahead of the polls citing increasing militancy activities of ISIL, Nusra Front among other jihadist organization around Turkey.
Fears over insurgent’s threat facing the country is likely to drive a deep polarization of society in Turkey if stringent counter-terrorism measures are not employed as the country heads to the polls.