Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Japan is trying its best to normalize life there as flashed on the f.b. on March 26,2011

Bishwa Nath Singh

Japan had vowed on March 25,2011 to make greater efforts to control the escalating crisis of radioactive leakage at the Fukushima Daiichi civil nuclear plant. The possibility of such leakage from the worst-hit reactor's core raised concerns among the nuclear safety officials. At this, the Japanese Government had stepped in to assuage fears.


(Photo of Japan's crisis )

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Bishwa Nath Singh:

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, speaking in Tokyo exactly two weeks after a temblor and a tsunami devastated parts of Japan and ravaged the nuclear power plant has retreated that they are trying to prevent a deterioration of the situatio...n and they are still not in a position where they can be optimistic. He had said that they must remain vigilant and treat every development with the utmost care. The “development” in prime focus on Friday the 25th of March 2011was the radiation accident that occurred at the reactor site a day earlier, forcing the hospitalization of three workers. They had stepped on highly radioactive water at the site, apparently mindful of only air radiation, while on duty to connect the reactor unit to an external source of electricity. Addressing a press conference in Tokyo, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano had said that there are no new developments being reported. There was water inside the [reactor] building. They do not know how this water has come into the building … At the current time … there is a possibility that a certain level of radioactive materials is leaking. And, whether the radioactive water came from the rector or from the spent-fuel pool: that's a question that requires some exhaustive investigation that they are being taken up in the right earnest to contain it. Let us wish and pray to God that everything in Japan will be normalized soon as we have full faith in wisdom and technical skill of Japanese People at large!


March 26,2011.

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