Women Survivors Flay US President Trump in Effigy with Brooms on Occasion of his Visit to India

Press Statement

February 24, 2020

Hundreds of women survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster today flayed US President Trump in effigy with brooms on the occasion of his visit to India. Led by four local organizations, the survivors expressed their anger against the US government for refusing to serve summons issued by the Bhopal Court upon Dow Chemical, owner of Union Carbide. Madhya Pradesh Muslim Vikas Parishad, a local social service organization supported the demonstrators’ call for justice in the criminal case on the world’s worst industrial disaster.

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On the 35th Anniversary, Survivors’ Organizations Condemn Successive Indian Governments for Collusion with Corporations, Urge UN Intervention

Press Statement on the 35th Anniversary of World’s Worst Corporate Massacre

December 3, 2019

On the 35th  Anniversary of the world’s worst industrial disaster in Bhopal, leaders of four survivors’ organizations condemned successive governments at the centre and the state for colluding with the corporations responsible for the disaster and denying the survivors justice and a life of dignity for the last three and half decades. They jointly called upon the United Nations to provide urgent humanitarian and technical help to end the ongoing medical and environmental disaster in Bhopal.

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On the Eve of the 35 Anniversary, Survivors’ Organizations Condemn the Continued Apathy of the Center and State Govts

Press Statement

December 02, 2019

On the eve of the 35 Anniversary of the Union Carbide disaster in  Bhopal, leaders of four survivors’ organizations condemned the  continued apathy of the governments at the centre and state towards medical, economic and social rehabilitation of the survivors.

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प्रदूषित भूजल पीड़ितों ने मुफ्त इलाज, प्रदूषित इलाके की ज़हर सफाई और यूनियन कार्बाइड के वर्तंमान मालिक डाव केमिकल कम्पनी से मुआवजा की माँग कि

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति

दिनांक 1 दिसम्बर 2019

चार स्थानीय संगठनों की अगुआई में यूनियन कार्बाइड के ज़हरीली कचरे से प्रदूषित भूजल के पीड़ितों ने आज परित्यक्त कीटनाशक कारखाने के पास मानव श्रृंखला बनाकर प्रदर्शन किया | भोपाल में यूनियन कार्बाइड हादसे की 35वीं बरसी के पहले इस प्रदर्शन के ज़रिए प्रदूषित भूजल पीड़ितों ने मुफ्त इलाज, प्रदूषित इलाके की ज़हर सफाई और यूनियन कार्बाइड के वर्तंमान मालिक डाव केमिकल कम्पनी से मुआवजा की माँग कि | संगठनों ने मध्य प्रदेश सरकार पर यह आरोप लगाया कि वह कारखाने के प्रदूषित परिसर पर हादसे का स्मारक बनाकर अब तक जारी इस पर्यावरणीय अपराध को दबा देने की कोशिश कर रही है |

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Victims of Union Carbide Contamination Demand Free Healthcare, Clean up and Compensation from Dow Chemical

Press Statement

December 01, 2019

Led by four local organizations, victims of chronic exposure to groundwater contaminated by Union Carbide’s poisonous wastes, today formed a human chain near the long abandoned pesticide factory. Demonstrating on the eve of the 35th anniversary of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal, the victims demanded free health care, clean-up of the contaminated lands and adequate compensation from Dow Chemical, current owner of Union Carbide. The organizations said that the MP government’s plan to build a memorial to the disaster at the factory site was but a cover-up for this ongoing crime against the environment and people.

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