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Bhopal Gas Tragedy- Industrial Safety Norms Missing To Unlim

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:13 am    Post subject: Bhopal Gas Tragedy- Industrial Safety Norms Missing To Unlim Reply with quote

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<st1><st1>Bhopal</st1></st1>Gas Tragedy- Industrial Safety Norms Missing To Unlimited Extent
Shocking News About Government Interference InCBI Functioning
'Govt told CBI not to seek <st1><st1>Anderson</st1></st1>'sextradition'
As the country seethes with angerover denial of justice to victims of <st1><st1>Bhopal</st1></st1>gas tragedy, the CBI officer who probed the world's worst-ever industrialdisaster has made the stunning charge that the investigating agency was forcedin 1994 by the Narasimha Rao government not to press for extradition of WarrenAnderson, the fugitive CEO of Union Carbide.

"We (CBI) were forced by ministry of external affairs officials not tofollow <st1><st1>Anderson</st1></st1>'sextradition," said B R Lall, former joint director of CBI who was incharge of the probe from April 1994 to July 1995. CBI had moved for theextradition of <st1><st1>Anderson</st1></st1> after hewas declared absconder in 1993.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 5:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear sir

these polical parties are main culprit for this denial of justice to bhopal victim
they are such a minace to society that they do not care for life of 20000 people

they just belive in making money and power by use of corpse ...........

there are lot of example that can be presented  ......

bhopal gas
mumbai bomb blast
recent naxlite attacks on CRPF and train


now how can as a citizen of India we should allow nuclear operation in india ......
if bhopal gas victim did not get justice then how can we say the future nuclear operation will be safe .........

life of 20000 and lacs of injured people is merely only 5 lac rupees

then we can say that the judge  who gives this decision might be terrrorist .....and gave  penalty of 5 lac to union carbide because of number of peoples that dies in this accident was not in lacs and they were expecting lot more corpses from this accident .......


  • sir as a senior person we youngester need advice that what we can do ......?

  • we are knowing the culprit is our whole polical system how can we change ?

  • what we can do as an engineer ?

  • we want change but how ?

  • is it possible that these corrupt politician can be changed by non voilence ?

  • is this neoptism in poltics can be promoted?

  • how can we make environment sustainable for our next generation ?



please ,experienced person and seniors do brain storming for these issues because this more difficult than making structure on moon .

thanks
regards
shivendra kumar






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PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:43 pm    Post subject: Nation Reply with quote

Nation
Being engineers, we can indirectly do a lot to clean system.
Raise your voice through net media.
Many public sites are available such as Twitter, linken, etc & other non engineering sites, which can be joined free of cost & blogs created.
It would of course, snatch a few hours a week from those intersetd to help nation.
Agreed, that all professionals are too busy but, we should not forget that we are living in a land where our forfathers sacrificed a lot to get back this land from intruders after a slavery of many centuries. We have been following only those intruders foot prints pridly.
Even, intruders who looted us, do not intend to return our live looted diamonds under the rescue provisions from their Museum law.
Engineers are a highly educated class in ordinary society of 95 % Bharatwasis. I used 95% since 5 % affluent would not bother about Bharat & continue to loot this land from all angles.
Politics cannot be cleared from pollution until dredging done in strogest terms.
Even most educated & honests high ups, are both riding & supporting the criminals in all sectors.
Honest & energetic youth supported by patience & thoughts of the aged, would help this nation. Mindset has to be changed for getting social change.
Minds of all in general, have been so set by modern systems that no visionary attitude is avaialble.
All have joined a race without any reliable target & certainly, ocean is not distant.
Change of public opinions are to be made & mobilised. Mass movement is necessary. Medii of net can help a lot.
Those, who can write in any language can help public just by giving 4 hours a week going through general news & opining.
Politicians, film individuals, cricket stars all use media for their publication. Engineers have either left behind or only publishing profession which is interacted among few.
Bad leaders are alwaya afraid by changing public opinion that can be built by awareness & publication.
Once intellectuals awaken & try to hold themselves on medii, there would be thousand & thousands to read such blogs & they would definitely follow up technical writings & debates.
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Dear sir

these polical parties are main culprit for this denial of justice to bhopal victim
they are such a minace to society that they do not care for life of 20000 people

they just belive in making money and power by use of corpse ...........

there are lot of example that can be presented  ......

bhopal gas
mumbai bomb blast
recent naxlite attacks on CRPF and train


now how can as a citizen of India we should allow nuclear operation in india ......
if bhopal gas victim did not get justice then how can we say the future nuclear operation will be safe .........

life of 20000 and lacs of injured people is merely only 5 lac rupees

then we can say that the judge  who gives this decision might be terrrorist .....and gave  penalty of 5 lac to union carbide because of number of peoples that dies in this accident was not in lacs and they were expecting lot more corpses from this accident .......



  • sir as a senior person we youngester need advice that what we can do ......?

  • we are knowing the culprit is our whole polical system how can we change ?

  • what we can do as an engineer ?

  • we want change but how ?

  • is it possible that these corrupt politician can be changed by non voilence ?

  • is this neoptism in poltics can be promoted?

  • how can we make environment sustainable for our next generation ?



please ,experienced person and seniors do brain storming for these issues because this more difficult than making structure on moon .

thanks
regards
shivendra kumar






as

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