Warren Anderson, CEO of Union Carbide wanted in Bhopal gas tragedy during the 1984, dies on 29th September

Former CEO of Union Carbide, and wanted in India in connection with 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy has dies on 29th September 2014 aged 92. Anderson died on September 29 at a nursing home in vero beach, Florida. His death was not officially announced by his family and this news was confirmed from public records.

Warren Anderson

Anderson was accused in case of Bhopal gas tragedy which was happened around midnight on December 2-3, 1984, when a chemical reaction in a plant made caused a leak of toxic gases. As per the state government 3,787 deaths was recorded but an unofficial estimates was more then 10,000.

Anderson visited India after four days of that tragedy where he was arrested immediately. But soon he get bails and after that he never returned to face trails. With his death people loose their final hopes to see this man behind bars.

In 1989, Union Carbide paid USD 470 million to the Indian government to settle litigation stemming from the disaster.

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