November 01, 2022
At a Press Conference today, five organizations of survivors of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal launched their month-long campaign to make governments at the state and the centre, honour their promises for additional compensation before the 38th anniversary of the disaster. The organizations shared their plan to hold a peaceful rally in New Delhi on the occasion of the 38th Anniversary of the disaster on December 3, 2022.
Continue reading Bhopal survivors organisations launch campaign to hold state & central govts to honour their promises on additional compensation
October 11, 2022
Leaders of five organizations of survivors of the Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal expressed satisfaction at the Indian government’s commitment to pursue the Curative Petition for additional compensation in the Supreme Court at today’s hearing. They expressed hope that while the Court has limited the participation of organizations in the Curative Petition, the government will pay due regard to the claims of the Bhopal victims for enhanced compensation, as they are required to do by statute, as per extent of injuries suffered and deaths caused by the disaster.
Continue reading SC hears the curative petition on additional compensation for Bhopal survivors
10 October 2022
Officials of the ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers today assured leaders of organizations of survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster that the government of India will continue to pursue the Curative Petition for additional compensations coming up for hearing in the Supreme Court tomorrow. The Curative Petition filed in 2010 by the UPA government seeks 96 billion rupees as additional compensation for the disaster from Union Carbide and its owner Dow Chemical.
Continue reading Survivors gather outside the office of Minister of Chemicals & demand that GOI fulfills its constitutional duty towards Bhopal Disaster Survivors
October 10, 2022
Bhopal disaster survivors’ organizations reached New Delhi today to submit a legal representation to the Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya.
Continue reading Survivor Organizations Reach Delhi With Legal Representation Regarding the Curative Petition Hearing
September 20, 2022
Five organizations of the survivors of the Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal have condemned the Indian government for failing to prepare for the Curative Petition that began to be heard in the Supreme Court today. They demanded that the government use the three weeks till the next hearing to ensure that the actual damage caused by the disaster is factually represented before the five judge bench.
Continue reading Survivors of Union Carbide gas disaster condemn the Indian Govt for failing to prepare for the Curative Petition for additional compensation