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Bhopal a Silent Picture

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Jodha’ striking document which will contribute to perpetuate the memory of an apocalyptic event.
– Dominique Lapierre
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL/ITALY
PIAZZA DELLA REPUBBLICA, ROME
DECEMBER 2014

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL / LONDON 2012
ART CHENNAI/ 2011
KALA GHODA ARTS FESTIVAL MUMBAI/2011
INDIA ART FAIR, NEW DELHI,/2011

The Bhopal gas tragedy of 1984 remains the world’s biggest industrial disaster. The leakage of 42 tons of lethal methyl isocyanate by the Union Carbide plant on the night of 2nd December and early morning of 3rd, exposed 528,125 people, immediately killing 2,259. More than 25,000 have since died from the after-effects of that exposure.

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