Stop the India-Japan Nuclear Agreement: Fukushima Survivor’s Open Letter to Both Prime Ministers

Yukiko Kameya: A Fukushima evacuee

Yukiko Kameya: A Fukushima evacuee









亀屋 幸子

To Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh,

I am an evacuee from Futaba-town, Fukushima prefecture and now living in Tokyo, a place that I have relatives and go to Nuclear-free demonstration every Friday.

At this time, I would like to tell you, both countries’ Prime Ministers regarding India-Japan Nuclear Agreement.

I lived within 1.2km from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant. I’ve had heard that at the first time we evacuated, was the place of highest radiological dosage. I could heard because I evacuated to Tokyo. People in Fukushima are still uninformed.

Currently, 58 children has been confirmed to have a thyroid cancer.
Sudden death from myocardial infarction(heart attack),suicide is still happening.
Also, it has been confirmed that some people have onset of Leukaemia, but cause is still be concealed.

To consider above, can you take responsibility for India as a representative of Japan?

“The contaminated water is entirely blocked ” “I can assure you that there have never been, and will never be health problems” “The situation is under control”
Those your words have not been in reality yet, and think once more the meaning of bringing nuclear, the root of above disaster to another province.

Consult the will of the people: Firstly, seek the judgment of the people.
Please consider you sacrifice the people who lives in your country,
lives for your country, alive as your nation to improve poverty only as a temporal measure.

Disclose the information: Please let all the people acquire knowledge about radiation and exposure. Radiation is invisible, so your attention easily go to right to left just hearing news. Summon radiologist from all over the world then concentrate their knowledge,
share the people.

Please think again with knowing facts what is really happening now.

Yukiko Kameya

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