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Vizag & Beyond: Industrial Disasters In India

The Visakhapatnam gas leak claimed 11 lives. Why do industrial disasters happen so frequently in India? 😔😔

11/05/2020 11:02 AMupdated: 11/05/2020 11:28 AM
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  • Aadil S.
    13/05/2020 11:26

    It's because inspection officers take money and keep hush.

  • Peter E.
    12/05/2020 11:34

    We're is plant safty officer of the company

  • Vilas D.
    12/05/2020 09:27

    There should be a BJP government to avoid such kiosk.

  • Gagan P.
    12/05/2020 07:43

    Brut will not leave a single incident if it can be turned against Modi It is sad but claiming India has most disaster incidents is BULLSHIT BRUT INDIA CONGRESS LICKING ANTI MODI

  • Vibhakar S.
    11/05/2020 18:09

    Please visit china u will find many more... And china is in world.... I regret for this accident but brut demon is against modi

  • Rehan U.
    11/05/2020 14:58

    India is going to have some nuclear disaster at some point in the future. Its safety records are terrible.

  • Kay R.
    11/05/2020 14:00

    Corruption in the genes of each and every indian since last 73 years and for the next 73 years is not going to let india to come out of these shits. So leave india if you can afford . Aur koi option hai kya?

  • Stark B.
    11/05/2020 13:55

    Did u know that most big industrial companies now operating in China are considering India the place to relocate their businesses?🤔👋

  • Rahul D.
    11/05/2020 13:40

    Do not malign India. We all know we have to manage. Don't show these drawbacks. Doesn't help our country. If you are from Pakistan we can screw you. Keep it in mind.

  • Fazil A.
    11/05/2020 13:01

    Brut....in simple words u could say corrupt govt is the cause of such disaster...

  • Krunal P.
    11/05/2020 12:42

    No why you Brut India wants to spread fake narrative that in india a frequency of industrial accidents is more... Really sad from Brut India🙁🙁🙁

  • Marcia K.
    11/05/2020 12:31

    Everything is chalta hai... Wonder who started this miserable quote

  • Brut India
    11/05/2020 12:22

    After Vizag's accident, the National Disaster Management Authority releases guidelines to be followed before reopening factories that have been shut for the period of the lockdown: https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/guidelines-for-factories-to-resume-operations-safely/story-eIaCpWH5gLLyfvr3cshVBK.html

  • Sreeram T.
    11/05/2020 12:08

    Because we elect disastrous leaders to govern the country . Decades of looting the country after Independence . I doubt British would not have looted like the way these politicians loot the country.

  • Gourav P.
    11/05/2020 11:52

    Because the sleeper cells are still active in India. When hizbul commander died sleeper cells were looking for mass murder of Indians.

  • Mohammad T.
    11/05/2020 11:43

    Its not India only but its the problem of entire south east asia. Similar accidents are common in Pakistan, Bangladesh too. No safety measures are taken by the industries nor is the public educated enough to follow safety measures.

  • వీరేంద్ర బ.
    11/05/2020 11:42

    No 11...totel 12

  • Kammlesh B.
    11/05/2020 11:35

    Most of know the reasons & witnessed it after Denominations,Gst, Rafael,Surgical strikes, Riots to lock down ..

  • Kurian K.
    11/05/2020 11:35

    Baffoon declared surprise lockdown as per directives from his employer Rashtriya Savage scoundrel heads persuming people may take away some thing !!!. Joker was in a fantacy to show beauty parlour face on tv could not even discuss with experts hence the repurcussions, impact and adversaries due to sudden lock/halt on people and company was ignored . The accident is caused by ignorance and callous attitude of political head. He must be chargesheeted for all other s, death, suffering s of poor etc

  • Jeet G.
    11/05/2020 11:29

    One word to sum it all CORRUPTION

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