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30 Mai 2008

Economic Times [India]

Govt continues to gas Bhopal victims [India]

The government has finally lent an ear to the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy. But coming after 25 years it’s certainly a case of too little too late. The government has accepted “in principle” their demand to set up a commission to carry out medical, economic, social and environmental rehabilitation of the victims. However, dissatisfaction persists as demands of legal action against Union Carbide and Dow Chemicals are yet to be met.

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