'No difference in structure of Carbide units'
Bhopal, Mar 1 (UNI) Former Union Carbide plant Works Manager J Mukund, who stands accused in the criminal case, under section 301 of the CrPC, pertaining to the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy today denied any difference in the structure of the company's factories in the US and here.
While deposing before Chief Judicial Magistrate A K Gupta, Mr Mukund responded to prosecution by saying minor leakages did not occur at the unit earlier.
''Methyl isocyanate is a toxic, inflammable and reactive gas that should not be stored in iron, steel, aluminium, tin, concrete or metal containers,'' he admitted.
The denied that, just a about two months preceding the disaster, there were discussions that the plant was being shifted.
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