The NGOs alleged that vulnerable people were being misguided and herded to participate in the trials, and the consent procedure is being flouted.
Four organizations working with the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy survivors demonstrated in Bhopal on Monday in support of the ongoing agitation of the farmers.
On the 36th anniversary of the incident, the Madhya Pradesh CM announced resumption of pension of Rs 1,000 forthwith for the women who lost their husbands in the toxic gas leak.
Bhopal's CMHO Prabhakar Tiwari said information about all deaths are given to relevant authorities in time, adding that a probe would take place if the health departments orders them to conduct one.
The Madhya Pradesh government should resume the Rs 1,000 monthly pension to 4,998 women, said activist Balkrishna Namdeo.