Yes, it is likely that the government was involved in the attempted coup in Turkey. When people are divided in the government and one group wants power above all else, they will stop at nothing to get it. It is very possible that such was the case in this particular event.
The government was involved in creating the attempted coup in Turkey because it would allow them to control more power. The result is that the government seemingly cannot trust the military and thus, they obtain more power and more control. It reinforces the idea that President Ergodan is great because he prevented the coup from becoming worse than it could have been.
No, the government was not involved in creating this attempted coup. There is no hard, foolproof evidence to suggest that the government was involved in this attempt at a coup, so no one can say for sure if they were. If there were evidence, then people can speculate whether they were involved.
The government cannot turn against itself in other to gain power. The head of the government is the president, then how can the president turn against himself? This is impossible, this up rise by accusing the government of being part of the coup is way to lessen the tension of the failed coup. Since the failed coup, many people have alleged on social media that the armed uprising in which more than 250 people were killed was orchestrated by the government.
Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said anyone who suggests the attempted coup was staged was probably involved in it themselves and would face investigation.
President Erdogan has said the aim of the crackdown is to “cleanse all state institutions” of those suspected of involvement with the coup or with what he calls “the parallel state” – a reference to the movement founded by Mr Erdogan’s former ally and current nemesis Fethullah Gülen.