Essay On Bhopal Gas Tragedy

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The world’s most industrial disaster which is known as The Bhopal Disaster or Bhopal Gas Tragedy changed the routine life of people in Bhopal. The consequences spread out all over the state. No one could pacify them. It occurred on the night of 2-3 December 1984 at The Union Cambridge India Ltd. (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal , Madhya Pradesh. Amulya Malldi in her novel ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’ depicts the mental and physical agony suffered by the victims of Bhopal Tragedy. The protagonist Anjali, reveals her pain very effectively. She married an army officer, named Prakash who led a filthy life. She was not happy with him and forced to get divorce. In the second marriage she gave birth to a baby, Amar, who was the victim of Bhopal Tragedy. Anjali, the protagonist , explained her pain very deeply in a colorful manner.
Key words:
Union Cambridge India Ltd. (UCIL)
Methyl Isocyanate (MIC)
Helter –skelter in no particular order
Endosulfan off – patent organochlorine insecticide

The world’s most industrial disaster which is known as The Bhopal Disaster or Bhopal Gas Tragedy changed the routine life of people in Bhopal. The consequences spread out all over the state. No one
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Since her Dad was working in the Corps of Electrical And Mechanical Engineers, she was living in Bhopal with her family, when she was nine years old. It was on the night of December 3rd,1984, methyl isocyanate gas leaked from Bhopal’s Union Carbide plant that killed many people. When this tragedy occurred, her family and she were staying at the army center which was a few kilometers away from the plant. Luckily the wind blew the opposite side: they remained unaffected by the gas leak. However, she remembered how those affected described the methyl isocyanate gas as chili powder in their lungs. These reminiscence haunted her and urged her to pen it down in the form of a
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