The Hindu: Letters to the Editor

Tuesday March 30, 2006
The action of the Delhi police, in arresting over 100 protesters demanding the rehabilitation of the survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, is disappointing. Given that the protesters were assembling peacefully for a permitted rally, none should have been arrested. This kind of treatment is unfortunate.
Girija Sankaranarayanan,
Decatur, Georgia, U.S.
The police action speaks of official apathy. How much longer do the victims have to wait for proper rehabilitation?
M. Chandra Mowli,

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