Digvijay plays down Anderson's escape issue

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Digvijay Singh
Bhopal, Aug 13: Congress leader, Digvijay Singh played down the issue that how Union Carbide Corporation CEO, Warren Anderson left the city after the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster.

"The bigger issue was the relief and rehabilitation of the gas victims who are still suffering 25 years after the disaster," said Singh.

He also claimed, "It does not matter whether Anderson left Bhopal in a plane or train or walked to New Delhi."

"Before saying this, Chouhan must tell how many truths he himself speaks," replied Singh atrociously when he was asked to comment on Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan's statement.

Some days before Chouhan stated that the Congress leader was not speaking truth about how Anderson left Bhopal.

Singh said that Chouhan had claimed that an investment of Rs 3,000 crore had been made in Madhya Pradesh but no such thing was visible on the ground.

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