Friday, March 13, 2020

Bhopal gas tragedy

Bhopal gas tragedy :

 Today, let's talk about that terrible night in which the heart of India, that is, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, shook Bhopal.  One of the biggest tragedies of India, Bhopal gas tragedy. Let's know about some aspects of it.

 December 3, 1984: The black day in the history of Madhya Pradesh, which gave India's most terrible disaster to Bhopal.  On this night in Bhopal, a poisonous gas named Methylisocyanite suddenly leaked from the factory of United Carbide company, which caused death to thousands and physically crippled several thousand people.

 There is no official confirmation of how many people died in this gas tragedy, but the figure is estimated to be more than 15000.  In 2006, an affidavit issued like the government, it was believed that about 558,125 were directly affected by the leak and the number of partially affected was about 38,478 and about 3900 were also badly affected.


 Let's take a look at some of the causes of this terrible gas tragedy.  The gas tragedy in Bhopal on 3 December 1984 was a human error or negligence.  Most of the factory safety devices were defective or closed. Most of the machines were old and in poor condition. The manuals of the factory machines were in English language, which was difficult for the employees of the factory.  For these reasons, the country had to face a big and terrible tragedy.

  The Bhopal-International Medical Commission, created in 1993 on this Bhopal tragedy, was tasked to know the long-term effects of the tragedy on the environment and human community.


  1. गैस के दूरगामी प्रभावों पर चल रहे समस्त विशिष्ट अनुसंधान कार्यों को Indian council of Medical Researchने १९९३ में अचानक बंद कर दिया था।

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