Bhopal Tragedy Repeating Itself In Industries?

The Bhopal Gas Tragedy of December 2, 1984, stands as a harsh reminder of industrial negligence with widespread consequences. This essay explores the Bhopal incident within the context of global industrial disasters, highlighting the recurring nature of such tragedies due to systemic failures and negligence. It discusses the essential roles of corporate governance and governmental oversight in ensuring safety, advocating for a transformative shift in industrial culture. By drawing parallels between the catastrophic events of Bhopal and other global disasters, it emphasizes the urgent need for holistic reforms and a proactive approach to industrial safety, which prioritizes human life and environmental protection over corporate profits.