Bhopali: Victims of the 1984 Union Carbide gas disaster fight for justice and corporate responsibility
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In 1984 a lethal gas leak from the Union Carbide factory resulted in the death of 30 000 people in Bhopal. This was the world’s worst industrial disaster. 25 years later, its citizens are still seeking justice for past and present-day victims, the decontamination of their city and drinking water supply. Bhopali follows the struggles of second-generation families to properly care for their physically and mentally disabled children, and their never-ending fight for justice.
Bhopali is a topical and shattering portrait of the unending disaster in Bhopal, as well as a testament to the effects of a lack of government and corporate accountability. "Every year millions of people are dying because of this unriddled pursuit of profit," says campaigner Satinath Sarangi. "If there is justice in Bhopal, this would be a safer place for us all to live in because it would set a precedent."
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