Turkish police on Monday searched the headquarters of a television station and several branches of a secularist association as part of a widening probe into an alleged coup plot. The Anatolia news agency says police raided the pro-secular Kanal B television and branches of the Association to Protect Contemporary Life. More than 200 suspects have been detained since 2007 in the case that highlights a rift between an increasingly powerful class of pious Muslims and secular elites who fear the Islamic-rooted government is seeking to impose religion on society. The suspects are accused of seeking to create chaos in order to trigger a military takeover. Critics say the arrests are part of the government's attempt to muzzle secular opponents.