For over three decades, some of the poorest people on earth have fought a tireless struggle for their basic rights to justice, health and a life of dignity against one of the word’s richest multinational corporations. On April 25th, we have a major opportunity to show them that they are not alone in this longest fight for environmental justice.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Chicago – Today, stockholders in DowDuPont cast their final votes on three shareholder resolutions addressing the company’s continuing liability for the Bhopal chemical disaster. The resolutions describe increasing shareholder concern that management is mishandling the ongoing Bhopal controversy and call on DowDuPont to disclose the cost of this controversy upon the company’s reputation, finances, and its ability to invest in expanding Asian markets.
March 31, 2018
At a press conference today, leaders of organisations of survivors of the 1984 Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal expressed distress at the apathy of the state and central governments towards the imminent possibility of the US Corporation escaping criminal liability for the disaster forever.
The organisations said that Dow Chemical, the owner of Union Carbide, after merging with another American multinational DuPont has announced plans to split up in to three entities by June 2019. According to them, Union Carbide that is absconding from grave criminal charges, including culpable homicide, for the last 26 years will, as per criminal law, cease to be criminally liable following the trifurcation.
फरवरी 19, 2018
भोपाल में यूनियन कार्बाइड गैस हादसे के पीड़ितों के पाँच संगठनों के नेताओं ने आज एक पत्रकार वार्ता में प्रदेश में जल्द होनेवाले उपचुनावों में भारतीय जनता पार्टी के खिलाफ भोपाल में प्रचार मुहीम जारी रखने की घोषणा की | उन्होने बताया कि पुलिस और ज़िला प्रशासन द्वारा सत्ता का खुला दुरपयोग और आरएसएस के सदस्यों के आतंक की वजह से उन्हे मुंगावली छोडकर वापस आना पड़ा है | उन्होने बताया कि कल से वे मुंगावली और कोलारस के तरफ भोपाल से होकर जानेवाले ट्रेन व बस यात्रियों को पर्चे और पोस्टर बाँटेंगे |
February 19, 2018
Five organizations of survivors of the Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal today said that they will continue to campaign against BJP in Bhopal for the soon to be held bye-elections in the state. They said their campaign team has had to leave Mungaoli due to blatant abuse of power by the police and district administration and intimidation by members of the RSS. They said from tomorrow they will distribute pamphlets and posters to bus and train passengers to Mungaoli and Kolaras passing through Bhopal.