A Nevşehir court on Sunday ruled for the arrest of two small business owners, a lawyer and a housewife as part of an investigation into the Gülen movement.
The government accuses the movement of orchestrating an abortive coup on July 15, although the movement denies the allegations.
Shopkeepers K.G. and A.B.T., lawyer M.D. and housewife N.Ö. were jailed.
Turkey has already arrested 40,000 and detained 80,000 people over links to the movement since July 15. (Turkey Purge)