The row over the sponsorship of the London Olympics by Dow Chemicals rumbles on.
India's Olympic body is to demand that the sponsorship deal is axed, because of its ties to the Bhopal disaster in 1984 (Dow purchased Union Carbide 16 years after the disaster).
Reuters quotes the Indian Olympic Association's acting president, Vijay Malhotra, who said:
"We are proposing to write to the IOC London Olympics that this sponsor should be out of it.
Since these games are for friendship it should not be one of the sponsors."
It is not clear what action the body would take if its request was rejected, as India has already ruled out a boycott.
Barry Gardiner MP has backed India's campaign to have Dow dropped as a sponsor. He has called for an inquiry into the tender process, that led to the company being granted the deal to sponsor a temporary wrap to decorate the Olympic stadium.
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