On the fateful night of December 2-3, 1984, nearly forty metric tons of highly poisonous methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas spewed from the Union Carbide Pesticide Plant at Bhopal. By the morning of December 3, Bhopal was a City of Death.


Nearly 8000 people died within the first 24 hours and many more in days and years to come. Survivors continue to suffer from long-term effects.


World-wide protest is being held demanding adequate compensation and appropriate compensation.


INSAF Bulletin joins  this protest and demands that  Dow Chemicals, the current owner of Union Carbide clean the site of toxic chemical still lying at the site and in ground water and compensate the victims.


A  global solidarity fast from 11:59 PM EST on December 2nd to 6 AM  December 4 is also being held.

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