Although the 16th century represents the apex of the Ottoman power it was a period at the same time that social unrests, military uprisings, fights for the throne happened and illegal movements of medrese students that we examine here were seen. Medrese student movements were an important part of this chaotic period, which started in the 16th century and continued throughout the 17th century. Medreses, in which were given education and training, completed its institutionalization in the Classical Age which were formations that classified scientfically. It is seen that in this period medrese students, who were growing in number day by day and were waiting for position, started uprisings in verious regions of Anatolia because positions were given illegally in Ilmiyye Class. Especially starting before the reign of Suleiman the First, movement of getting position influenced from center to periphery and this caused medrese students to wait for positions and as a result of this medrese students started banditry in big numbers. In this study, the suhte movement will be analysed in the case of Saruhan Sub-province and its environment which started in a lot of regions of Anatolian as result of political social and economic crisis. Mühimme registers are top important sources for this movement which has been considered as banditry and which was called ehl-i fesat, haram-zade and suhte. In the light of this sources starting from the middle of the 16th century to the end of it will be analized the reason for suhte movements, and what they caused.