This event caused more than 3,800 deaths and approximately 11,000 disabilities by the official Indian government panel’s charge in 1991.
This report will examine the effects at that time and the long-term effects of human health of this area in the city of Bhopal, and how these health problems have been dealt with to reduce the loss as much as possible.
And it is vital to do this that it’s not only the tragedy of Bhopal; it was posed by the problem from all over the world because there are still many events happened after that with exactly the same reasons.
We need to establish safe industry system to make sure that our happy life is not a disappointment. This factory was 50.9 0wned by the Union Carbide Corporation and 49.1 was owned by various Indian investors who included the public sector financial institutions.
After a few days, leaves on trees yellowed, then fell off.
The food suppliers feared for their safety and this led to scarcity of food.
In 1991, independent organizations certified 3,928 deaths with 8,000 occurring in the first days.
The other estimations were between 10,000 and 30,000.
100,000 to 200,000 people were estimated as permanently injured.
Acute symptoms were breathlessness, blepharospasm, burning n the eyes and respiratory tract, stomach pains and vomiting.