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An ongoing investigation into whether an Indian power plant operator spiked an office water cooler with a radioactive substance has gotten many of the budding nation’s work institutions searching inward to prevent similar incidents from occurring.

55 employees at Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant underwent emergency treatment after it was revealed that they drank water laced with tritium, a highly radioactive isotope, with the cancer inducing substance being revealed only after post-shift drug detecting urine tests.

The move raises concerns about India’s ability to safe guard its recently obtained nuclear facilities from anyone that would steal materials or information from them; people such as terrorists.

Currently, 15 employees have been narrowed down in the search for whoever committed the salacious act.

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