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यूनियन कार्बाइड गैस काण्ड की 37 वीं बरसी पर भोपाल पीड़ितों की मांगे

1. इन्साफ

  • गैस काण्ड के हर पीड़ित को यूनियन कार्बाइड और डाव केमिकल कम्पनी से कम से कम 8 लाख रुपया मुआवज़ा दिलाया जाए |
  • गैस पीड़ितों के हर बच्चे के स्वास्थ्य को पहुँचे नुकसान के लिए यूनियन कार्बाइड और डाव केमिकल कम्पनी से कम से कम 2 लाख रुपया मुआवज़ा दिलाए |
  • ज़हरीले भूजल से पीड़ित हर रहवासी के स्वास्थ्य को पहुँचे नुकसान के लिए यूनियन कार्बाइड और डाव केमिकल कम्पनी से कम से कम 2 लाख रुपया मुआवज़ा दिलाए |
  • डाव केमिकल का इस देश में  कारोबार तब तक के लिए बन्द करें जब तक कि कम्पनी भोपाल जिला अदालत से जारी सम्मन का पालन करते हुए आपराधिक प्रकरण में पेश नहीं होती | गैस काण्ड पर जारी आपराधिक मामले में सी बी आई जल्द से जल्द यूनियन कार्बाइड कम्पनी के नुमाइन्दे जॉन मैक्डोनाल्ड को पेश करे |

2. इलाज और शोध

  • गैस पीड़ितों के लिए बने अस्पतालों में इलाज का सही तरीका अपनाया जाए ताकि दवाओं से आराम मिले न कि शरीर को नुकसान पहुँचे |
  • ज़हरीले भूजल से पीड़ित रहवासियों को गैस पीड़ितों के लिए बने अस्पतालों में मुफ्त इलाज दिया जाए |
  • गैस पीड़ित आबादी में जन्म, मृत्यु और जन्मजात विकृतियों के पंजीकरण के लिए विशेष व्यवस्था की जाए |
  • निरेह द्वारा गैस और ज़हरीले भूजल से पीड़ित इन्सानों के स्वास्थ्य पर जो शोध कार्य बन्द कर दिए गए हैं उन्हें चालू किया जाए |

3. रोज़गार और पेन्शन

  • गैस पीड़ितों और उनके बच्चों को रोज़गार दिलाने के लिए आवंटित करोड़ों रुपयों का इस्तेमाल कर जल्द से जल्द रोज़गार दिलाया जाए |
  • गैस पीड़ित विधवा पेन्शन से अकारण वंचित महिलाओं को तत्काल 1000 रुपए प्रति महिना  पेन्शन दिलाई जाए |

4. ज़हर सफाई

  • प्रदेश सरकार से लीज़ की शर्तों के मुताबिक़ डाव केमिकल कम्पनी को भोपाल के मिट्टी पानी की ज़हर सफाई करने के लिए मजबूर किया जाए |
  • प्रदेश सरकार स्मारक बनाने का काम तब तक रोक कर रखे जब तक कि ज़हर सफाई का काम पूरा नहीं हो जाता |
  • कार्बाइड कारखाने के पीछे ज़हरीले तालाब में सिंघाड़े उगाने और मछली पालने के खतरनाक काम पर स्थाई रोक लगाई जाए |
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Our Demands on the 35th Anniversary

For over three decades, several survivor led organizations have been fighting for justice and a life of dignity (proper health care, economic and social rehabilitation and safe living conditions). On the 35th anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster, the survivors have specific demands of the Governments of Indian and USA and Dow Chemical.

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Survivors Lay Their Demands In Front of PM Modi & CM Shivraj Chauhan – #Bhopal33

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan have both not given even a single second to listen to the survivors of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, in their tenures till now. So the survivors are protesting by pleading to life size portraits of both leaders to hear their demands. The protest will be held across the city of Bhopal in the run up to the 33rd anniversary of the Tragedy.

Below are two videos from the first day:

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Our Demands on the 30th Anniversary

The survivors of the Bhopal gas disaster never want anyone else to suffer the way they have.

Click on the image below or download (PDF) the ICJB Road Map to Justice, which outlines exactly what steps must be taken to ensure a life of justice and dignity for those poisoned by Dow-Carbide

roadmap final june 2014 copyIn order to ensure justice is done and the future well-being of others is secured, the Bhopal survivors’ organizations and ICJB have the following demands for Union Carbide and Dow Chemical, the United States government, the Government of India, and the Government of Madhya Pradesh:

American Multinationals must:

  1. Union Carbide / Dow Chemical must pay a minimum of  8 thousand US dollars to each Bhopal survivor as additional compensation for personal injuries as claimed in the Supreme Court of India.
  2. Union Carbide / Dow Chemical must pay for the clean-up of the soil and groundwater up to international standards.
  3.  Union Carbide / Dow Chemical must pay compensation for health and environmental damage caused by contamination of soil and groundwater.
  4. Dow Chemical must respond to summons issued by the Bhopal District Court to appear before November 13, 2019 in the ongoing criminal case.

Government of USA must:

  1. The US government must serve the summons from the Bhopal District Court upon Dow Chemical without delay
  2. Acknowledge and express regret for financing, through its EXIM Bank, the construction of the hazardously designed plant that caused the world’s worst industrial disaster.
  3. Acknowledge and express regret for rejecting requests by the Indian government for extradition of Warren Anderson, prime accused in the criminal case on the disaster.

Government of India must:

  1. The Indian government must make  Union Carbide / Dow Chemical pay compensation for health and environmental damage caused by contamination of soil and groundwater.
  2. The Indian government must ensure that the criminal trial of accused Indian corporate executives is concluded within the next six months.
  3. Indian government must ensure comprehensive scientific assessment of the depth, spread and nature of soil and groundwater contamination in an around the abandoned pesticide factory.
  4. The Indian government must ensure that standardized treatment protocols are developed for gas exposure related chronic diseases. The Indian government must establish a population based registry for all deaths, births and congenital malformations in  the gas exposed families.  The Indian government must ensure that NIREH (National Institute for Research on Environmental Health ) fulfil its commitment to the Bhopal survivors by generating scientific information on the long term health damage by the gas disaster and most effective means of ameliorating them.
  5. The Indian and MP state governments must ensure that a monthly pension of Rs. 3000/- is paid to all women widowed by the disaster and all those left without means to support themselves as a consequence of gas exposure.
  6. Not allow Dow Chemical to make any investments in this country, directly or indirectly, till it accepts Union Carbide’s liabilities in Bhopal.

Government of Madhya Pradesh must:

  1. Ensure that all hospitals run by the Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation Department are adequately staffed, stock quality medicines, use standardized treatment protocols and offer free treatment to people exposed to contaminated ground water.
  2. Ensure that every person known to be disabled or turned destitute including widows as a result of the disaster receives a lifelong monthly pension of at least Rs. 3000/- as social support.
  3. Start providing rehabilitation and medical care to all children of gas and contaminated water exposed parents with congenital disabilities.
  4. Punish corrupt officials involved in misappropriation of Rs. 18 Crores in the work of economic rehabilitation.

Bhopal Gas Victims present their demands from Dow Chemical, Union Carbide, Govt of India and MP & US government on 30th anniversary of the disaster

November 30, 2014

At a press conference on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the Union Carbide disaster, representatives of five organizations of the survivors, presented their list of demands and recent achievements of their struggle. To see the demands in English, click here. To see the demands in Hindi, click here.

Holding the two US corporations, Union Carbide and Dow Chemical, primarily responsible for the ongoing disasters in Bhopal, the organizations charged both the US and Indian governments of aiding corporate crime. They demanded that Union Carbide and Dow Chemical answer criminal charges and obey Bhopal court’s summons, pay additional compensation, and arrange for clean up of the toxic contamination in Bhopal.

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