Sambhavna Trust exhibition commemorates twenty-two years of suffering since "that night":the story in pictures

Sambhavna Trust Clinic, Bhopal, December 1, 2006
First published on www.bhopal.org
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Visitors to the exhibition are greeted by a painting done by students.
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Specimins of viscera brought by Dr Sathpathy, who performed the greatest number of autopsies on those who perished in the 1984 disaster.
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Dr Sathpathy explains to an attentive crowd what they are looking at, specimins which show how Union Carbide’s methyl-isocyanate and other toxic gases affected people.
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Dr Sathpathy delivers his powerpoint presentation.
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A foetus with meningocele. Impaired infants, often born dead, were known in the months after the disaster as “gas births”.
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Foetus with head abnormality. 50% of the women who were pregnant on “that night” spontaneously aborted, but in the months that followed the city saw an epidemic of “horrific births”.
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His talk done, Dr Sathpathy views the other items in the exhibition.
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Sambhavna’s Aziza Sultan talks about her work to a visitor.
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People crowding in to see the exhibits.
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Exhibition organisers, from l, Biju, Masarrat, Sabah, Amita and Ritesh, all of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic.

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