Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zone Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Suo moto case In re: News item appearing in The Hindu dated 03.12.2023 titled “Battling water woes in land of tragedy dated 20/03/2024.

The court noted that the chemical waste which was approximately 337 metric ton which were collected during the time of Bhopal gas disaster was required to be disposed of according to the rules within a timeframe but the same has not been done yet.

Reply on behalf of the Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order dated December 22, 2023.

The matter is related to the threat being faced by the  survivors of the Bhopal Gas leak disaster of 1984 who are still bearing the brunt of contaminated groundwater.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Union of India & Others Vs M/s. Union Carbide Corporation & Others dated 11/10/2022.

Attorney General, R. Venkataramani informed the Supreme Court (SC) that the government of India would like to press forward with the curative petition against Union Carbide Corporation seeking additional compensation to the victims of Bhopal gas tragedy. A number of NGOs seek to be added as parties to the curative petition.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Union of India & Others Vs Union Carbide Corporation & Others dated 20/09/2022.

Centre has demanded more compensation for the victims

BHOPAL: An exhibition to pay homage to the Bhopal gas tragedy victims was organised in collaboration with Remember Bhopal Museum at Dylogg Co-working on Monday.

World most horrific industrial disaster continues to haunts the survivors, their children and grandchildren.

Statement accuses Madhya Pradesh, Central governments of neglecting victims

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Research Foundation for Science Technology & Natural Resource Policy Vs Union of India & Others dated 30/08/2018 regarding formulation of an Action Plan for supply of piped water in 42 localities of Bhopal affected by the Bhopal Gas Disaster.

This paper outlines PAN Asia Pacific’s concern about the impact of hazardous pesticides on children, and the need for greatly improved global governance of pesticides post 2020, to protect the rights of children and to meet the Sustainable Development Goals of Agenda 2030.