according to the laws of Japan, the extensive areas over Tohoku and Kanto, which measures the radiation level of 40.000 Bq/m2, should be designated as radiation controlled area and the people should evacuate.
The government decided the extensive land couldn’t be given up, therefore abandoned the people there. These people have no option but evacuating home if they want to protect themselves from radiation, however, the government intends not to pay any compensation.
Due to the fallout from Fukushima, in the extensive area covering Tohoku and Kanto, the levels of cesium radiation exceed the standard of radiation controlled area (40.000 Bq/m2). The government are aware they abandoned the people in the contaminated areas.
Published: July 11th, 2012 at 2:45 pm ET
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