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20 Sep 2017

Live Law News Network (India)

India: State High Court stays criminal proceedings against ex-top cop for aiding Warren Anderson flee

"Bhopal Tragedy: MP HC Stays Criminal Proceedings Against Ex-DGP For Aiding Warren Anderson Flee India", 21 Sep 2017

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has stayed the proceedings of criminal complaint pending against former Director General of Police…at a CJM court in Bhopal, accusing him and former district collector of releasing main accused Warren Anderson Union Carbide Corporation, and helping him to flee India by misusing their power and position, thus, violating the law of land. Abdul Jabbar, convener of the Bhopal Gas Peedith Mahila Udyog Sangthan, and Shahnawaz Khan had filed a criminal complaint case…against Swaraj Puri and Moti Singh accusing them of releasing Warren Anderson…The petitioner took the plea that the matter pertains to an incident that took place 33 years ago and no one ever raised any finger on the act or conduct of the petitioner as superintendent of police.

Part of the following timelines

Amnesty International Demands Dow-Union Carbide Appear in Court - Activists join nations around the world to demand justice for Bhopal victims

Former Union Carbide CEO Warren Anderson died unpunished, say survivors of Bhopal gas tragedy

Union Carbide/Dow lawsuit (re Bhopal, filed in India)