"The end came without him realising his dream of seeing anyone brought to justice over the world's worst industrial accident."Such sad words in this man's life's story, a man who bravely fought the fight despite poverty, physical and mental illnesses. Rest in peace, Sunil Verma.
I wonder how much there is still to be discovered about the long-term effects of this disaster. For example, this line from the BBC story came as news to me:
"He was finally diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia - a mental illness which affected many gas survivors"...(emphasis mine)
And there are still 20,000 Indians affected by the Disaster who have received neither compensation nor medical aid.
While the Beeb carried this article only today, The Independent ran this 2 weeks ago.