The recent verdict of the Supreme Court on the disaster has laid bare the failings of the central government. It has also underlined the need for a strong commitment to environmental protection. The India Legal show on APN channel, hosted by the channel’s Editor-in-Chief, Rajshri Rai, sought opinions from legal experts and activists on the judgment. A report.
The curative petition filed by the Central government seeking additional compensation for the victims of 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, to be paid by US-based chemical company, Union Carbide Corporation (now Dow Chemicals), has been dismissed by the Supreme Court
Supreme Court reserves order on curative petition filed by the Union of India, challenging an earlier Apex Court order regarding the compensation amount given by Dow Chemicals (now Union Carbide Corporation) to the families of victims and survivors of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy
The Supreme Court on Tuesday came down heavily on the Central government for filing a curative petition against the US-based Union Carbide Corporation (now Dow Chemicals), seeking additional compensation to the victims of Bhopal Gas tragedy, after a gap of 19 years