Bhopal: Chlorine gas leaks from water filtration plant, none hurt
The capital city of Madhya Pradesh is infamous for the leakage of poisonous gas from Union Carbide plant on the intervening nights of December 2-3, 1984 that killed and maimed large number of persons.bhopal Updated: Mar 28, 2017 19:22 IST
Three decades after the Union Carbide tragedy that killed thousands, Bhopal faced another chemical accident when Chlorine gas leaked from a water filtration plant of Bhopal Municipal Corporation on Saturday. However, no casualities resulting from the leakage in Bhopal's Bag Sevania area were reported so far, police said.
"The chlorine gas leaked from Narmada water filtration plant of the civic body in Bag Sevania area which resulted in panic. No injuries were reported because of the incident," deputy inspector general (DIG) Raman Singh told PTI.
The plant is situated close to the office of sub-divisional officer of police (SDOP), Misrod area.
As the gas spread in the area its smell caused uneasiness among the residents, but so far no report of anyone falling sick because of leakage was reported from the area, the DIG said, adding the situation is under control.
The capital city of Madhya Pradesh is infamous for the leakage of poisonous gas from Union Carbide plant on the intervening nights of December 2-3, 1984 that killed and maimed large number of persons.
First Published: Aug 29, 2015 18:46 IST