MPCC President Suresh Pachouri today termed the decision to
release the then Chairman of Union Carbide Corporation Warren
Anderson, following the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy, as
"objectionable and amazing".
The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister`s office has returned an RTI application seeking details of escape of the then Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson from India, saying it does not have post of Public Information Officer.
Former MP CM Arjun Singh was solely responsible for
allowing Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson to leave
Bhopal after the gas leak incident in 1984, senior Congress
leader Satyavrat Chaturvedi said today.
The Indian govt had assured "safe passage" to then Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson after he expressed a desire to visit Bhopal to demonstrate concern over the 1984 deadly gas tragedy, claims a former US diplomat.