25 years later, despair and suffering continue as victims scrounge around for compensation and justice
A torn and rotting glove is seen on the floor at the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal where on that fateful December2/3 night, 40 tons of lethal methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas leaked out in what has been one of the world's most tragic industrial disasters ever
Old bottles are seen at the Union Carbide pesticide plant. The gas leak swept through slum clusters that dotted the boundary wall in the worst industrial disaster the world has ever seen that left about 4,000 people dead that night alone.
Signboards are seen on a dilapidated wall at the pesticide plant.
Defunct machinery at the Union Carbide pesticide plant. Years later thousands of people are still grappling with the effects of exposure to the deadly gas and the heavy contamination of soil and ground water by the toxic waste that the plant had been dumping along its boundary walls since it was set up in 1969.