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2 Dec 2016

Mayank Agarwal & Sayantan Bera, Livemint

32 years after the Bhopal gas tragedy, govt apathy intensifies victims’ pain

As many as 32 years after the world’s worst industrial disaster in Bhopal, the affected are yet to see any comprehensive assessment of contamination of the groundwater around the disaster site or efforts to clean it up...For the victims, the disaster is still ongoing...Till date there has been no scientific comprehensive assessment done to ascertain how far and how deep the chemicals have seeped...Experts point out that it’s a timely reminder for authorities to prepare a national level policy for contaminated sites.

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