Monday, 13 May 2013

Spurt in Acid Attack Cases in India

Posted by Stop Acid Attacks On Monday, May 13, 2013 3 comments

There seems to be no end to acid attacks cases in the country. There has been around 13 cases reported by the media since we started our campaign on March 8th. We are sure there would be many more of which we do not know. Its high time government take cognizance of the acid attacks and works towards preventing them.
  1. Vadodara : 4th march, 2013
Spurned, man attacks girl with acid in Vadodara
The city police  on Sunday arrested a youth for allegedly attacking a girl with acid after she rejected his marriage proposal. The incident took place in the Parshuram Bhatta area of the city in the early hours of the day. Sayajigunj police said Ram Gyankar (23), a resident of Parshuram Bhatta, barged into the house of the girl in the same area and threw acid on her. The girl suffered minor burn injuries on the face and fingers. In her complaint, the girl said Gyankar had been asking her to marry him but she was against the proposal. To force her to agree and marry him, the youth assaulted and attempted to murder her by pouring acid on her, the complaint stated. Gyankar has been booked for attempt to murder, police said. IndianExpress
  1. Ranjit Kaur- Acid on Widow: 21 March, 2013
Ranjit Kaur, a widow in her late 30s, was admitted to civil hospital on Wednesday with burn injuries after her friend Sandeep Kumar allegedly threw acid on her. Miffed at not being allowed to visit her, Sonu allegedly threw acid on Kaur while she was on her way to a market with her maid, who also sustained injuries. Sonu, who is absconding, has been booked. IndianExpress 
  1. Pune : March 30, 2013
Student held for acid attack on woman
A 20-year-old engineering student has been arrested by the Nigdi police on Friday for throwing acid on a 23-year-old woman and injuring her.
Nandkishore Bhosale-Patil, senior police inspector of Nigdi police station, said, "The girl has filed a police complaint on Friday against Gajanan Telange of Nigdi Pradhikaran. The incident occurred due to unreciprocated love. The woman was engaged to another man which angered Telange. She was returning from a beauty parlour course on February 22 when Telange who met her told her that he would drop her home. Instead, he took her to an open area along Spine Road in Moshi around 7.50 pm."
Patil said Telange took out a bottle of acid and poured it on her face and body. "He also cut off her hair with scissors and told her not to reveal the incident to anyone. He said he would inform her fiance about his love for her."
The woman told her parents that she was injured in an accident. But when Telange told her fiance about his love for her, the marriage was called off, said Patil. The woman then lodged a police complaint and Telange was arrested under sections 326 A and B and 506 of Indian Penal Code, Patil added. "The girl is healing. She underwent treatment at a private hospital for acid attack injuries," said Patil.
Telange was produced before the Pimpri court and was remanded in police custody till April 2, Madan Kamble, police sub-inspector, Nigdi police station is investigating.
  1. Uttar Pradesh: 2nd  April, 2013 : Isha ,Kamerjahan, Ayesha and Sanam
Men on bike throw acid at four sisters in Uttar Pradesh; one critical
Muzaffarnagar: Two men on a bike allegedly threw acid at three women teachers and a student in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district yesterday. The four victims are sisters who were returning from school after a board exam when the men allegedly attacked them. One of them is in a critical condition and has been shifted to Delhi's Gangaram Hospital for treatment. "We were coming back from work when two men came on a bike; they had their faces covered and attacked us with acid and ran away," one of the siblings said. The police are yet to identify the men on the bike.  Attacks on women have topped the national agenda since December, when a medical student was assaulted and raped, allegedly by six men, on a moving bus in Delhi. She died two weeks later of severe injuries inflicted on her during an attack so vicious that it stunned the doctors who attended to her. Seething with anger and grief, students led protests in the capital and other cities, forcing the government to introduce tough new laws to punish sexual crimes against women. The new anti-rape bill was passed in Parliament last month. The house had voted against life imprisonment for acid attack. The revised laws also recognize voyeurism and stalking as criminal offences, and controversially provide death penalty for rapes which leave the victim dead or in a coma.
In acid victims' story, a widow, nine daughters and a village

Nine daughters of a Muslim widow, all pursuing higher education or holding jobs, sisters Anjum, Jahan, Sana, Kamerjahan, Sanam Jahan, Alisha, Isha, Aisha and Alina would have been the envy of any. In the small village of Kandhla, in this region steeped in orthodoxy in western Uttar Pradesh, that may have run deep enough to bring them an acid attack.
Isha, 23, is now in New Delhi's Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, with burns to her face and battling to save her left eye. Kamerjahan (30), Sanam Jahan (28) and Aisha (21), who too had acid thrown on them by two unidentified men on a bike on April 2 evening, also received burns on their face and other parts of the body. In the village, everyone knows about what happened and will guide you to their house, that has been getting a stream of visitors, including politicians. However, no one claims to have seen the bikers. Questioning the village's silence, Aisha says: "There were a lot of people at the spot. One of the shopkeepers even tried to stop the bikers and hurled a few abuses at them. However, they have denied any knowledge about the identity of those bikers. Someone must have seen their face or heard their voices."
The confidence with which they sped away through the narrow village lanes appears to indicate they were locals. The villagers The Sunday Express spoke to also denied any information of who the men could have been. However, it's not the first time the girls have felt isolated in this predominantly Muslim village. Apart from poverty, their mother Nur Jahan, in her 60s, fought battles at various levels to ensure them an education — often putting her at odds with fellow villagers. Her husband Salim, a tailor, died nine years ago following a heart attack. Nur Jahan also has a son, 19, who is studying in Ghaziabad.
  1.  Bhopal: 14th April, 2013: Lalita
Husband throws acid on woman
A man threw acid on his wife in a bid to kill her over a petty dispute in Chhindwara district on Friday night. The victim sustained 90% burns and is battling for life at district hospital, said police. The incident occurred at Patalkot area of the district. Tamia police station in charge Mukesh Tiwari said, "Lalita, 35, was deserted by her husband after the acid attack."
The woman, a resident of Betul and is a tailor by profession. What prompted him to throw acid on her could not be ascertained till now as the woman is not in a condition to speak, he added. "She could only tell her husband Umesh's name and could not provide exact details of her residence or mother's place," Tiwari told TOI. We have launched a hunt to nab the accused, he said.
  1. UP, Varanasi: 14th April, 2013
Person threw acid in dispute
Baragaon: Enraged due a petty dispute over gram flour in Gagkla kiln Village, a person named Ramsmuj threw acid on four members of the shopkeeper Baijnath Keshari's family. Commenting over saturday night's event, Police said that the accused has been arrestedReadMore
  1. Tamil Nadu, Namakkal: 18th April, 2013
No end to acid attacks, Namakkal man held for disfiguring wife’s face
A man who had thrown acid on his 27-year-old wife on Saturday was arrested by Namakkal police on Wednesday. Sutha (name changed) was admitted to Namakkal Government Hospital, where the doctors said that she was out of danger, but her face was completely disfigured after the acid attack. According to police, Sasikumar doubted his wife Sutha’s fidelity and used to pick quarrels with her. After one such quarrel, Sutha had left her husband’s house at Thuthikulam in Senthamangalam and went to live with her mother at Natarajapuarm in Namakkal. Namakkal police inspector K Asaithambi said, “Sutha was alone at her mother’s house on Saturday, when Sasikumar, a painter, reached there and attacked her. He threw acid on her inflicting severe burns. He had used acid meant for cleaning toilet.” Sutha’s mother R Mariammal told Express, “We had married Sutha off when she was 14. She is a mother of three. Sutha was pretty and used to dress well. However, Sasikumar always doubted her character and would often pick up quarrels.” Mariammal said that after repeated harassment by Sasikumar, they lodged a complaint with the All Women Police. After the incident, a case under Section 307 of the IPC was registered and Sasikumar was arrested. Sasikumar was produced before the judicial magistrate and was remanded to judicial custody. Mariammal said that Sutha was working at a textile shop. However, after the incident, the responsibility of her daughter’s children - S Chandru (10), S Kanmani (9) and S Sarathi (7) - had fallen on her.
  1. U.P., Allahabad: 8th May, 2013

Acid attack forces police into action

ALLAHABAD: Monday's acid attack on a 16-year-old for resisting rape in Ghoorpur is the latest case of crime against women. In the last four months, the city has witnessed five cases of rapes, including three of minors, 13 cases of chain-snatching and murder of two women. Monday's incident seems to have at last managed to make district's top police brass realize the gravity of situation.
On Tuesday, worried over sullying image of the district police, senior officers took their subordinates to task on the issue and ordered them to initiate prompt action on complaints lodged by the fairer sex. The anti-call cell and mahila helpline have been activated once again. The police higher ups have ordered station officers to take preventive measures and ensure that complaints were not kept pending.
DGP, Devraj Nagar, who was in the city on Tuesday, expressed displeasure over the sorry state of affairs. He asked the cops to give proper respect to women, lend ears to their grievances and take corrective measures. He also warned of action against policemen who fail to redress women's complaints or problems.
The police have maintained that prompt actions had been initiated in cases registered with police stations, stress was being laid on preventive measures. They claimed that women were not only being educated about their rights but were also being counseled where ever required.
For instance, when Suchi (name changed) approached the police to register a complaint against her husband, the cops advised her to lodge a case under the Domestic Violence Act. However, the victim was more interested in filing a case under Section 498 A of the IPC alleging that she had been putting up with her husband's inhuman behaviour for the past seven years.
If one goes by the data, a total of 67 cases of dowry harassment were registered under Section 498 A of the IPC with the police in 2012. Besides, over 170 cases of crime against women were also registered.
Police officials told TOI that though women were well aware about the Dowry Act, they had little knowledge about the Domestic Violence Act. Most of the women complainants insist on lodging cases under Section
498 A of the IPC believing that it had more teeth would teach their erring husbands a lesson.
"According to provisions of the Act, if the police during the course of investigation gets enough evidences that the incident is under the purview of the Domestic Violence Act, it can directly register a case and file chargesheet accordingly," said a senior cop.
However, taking preventive measures to curb case of crime against women, especially cases of eve teasing, the police have got important phone numbers printed outside girls' schools and colleges. Mobile police teams too have been deployed to tighten the noose around eve-teasers.Against the backdrop of growing eve-teasing incidents, patrolling and vigilance have been stepped up at colleges and other public areas, including markets to curb crimes.
  1.  Mumbai, Bandra:May, 2013: Preeti Rathi
Acid attack victim urges cops to find assailant
Nurse Preeti Rathi, 25, who was injured when an unidentified man hurled acid on her face at Bandra Terminus last week, has urged police to find her assailant, even as officers probing the case have found no new leads.
Meanwhile, National Commission for Women (NCW) has written to Defence Minister A K Antony urging that Preeti be allowed more time to join Army Medical College, Colaba.
On Tuesday, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Government Railway Police, Western Railway) B N Shirsat visited Preeti. "She greeted me with namaste. She replied to my questions in small notes," he said. "She pleaded that we should find the attacker. I said I would do my best. She was worried that she may never get a job with the Army. It is important now that she doesn't worry about her future and concentrates on recovering."
Preeti suffered severe burns to her face and neck in the attack on May 2, minutes after she got off a train. The attacker, a man believed to be aged 22-25 years, fled and may have boarded Jammu Tawi Express on the opposite platform, police said. A nursing graduate from Delhi, Preeti was to join AMC as lieutenant.
NCW member Nirmala Samant Prabhvalkar said, "I wrote to the Defence Minister Tuesday and asked him to consider Preeti's admission once she has recovered." Prabhvalkar said the last date for joining Army Medical College is May 15, but an extension has been sought for Preeti.
A team comprising an assistant commissioner of police, several inspectors, assistant inspectors and sub-inspectors has gone to New Delhi. "Had the man's face been clearly visible in the CCTV footage, the case would have been easy to solve. Our men in New Delhi are speaking to her mother and siblings. Other officers are talking to Preeti's friends, seniors and colleagues at Batra College in Narela, where she worked for a few months. A few officers have gone to the Rathis' ancestral home in Rewari, Haryana," said Shirsat.
=> Stepping up their efforts to catch the unidentified accused who hurled acid at Preeti Rathi, 25, at the Bandra Terminus on Thursday, the police plan to prepare a second sketch of the man with the help of the description provided by Rathi’s relatives.   
They are also trying to enhance the quality of the closed circuit television footage obtained from the station authorities.
Currently, five police teams comprising the Bandra Government Railway Police and local crime branch officials are probing the incident. One team has left for Delhi to get statements of Rathi’s mother and other relatives.
The team would also coordinate with the Delhi police to check if the family had any ongoing dispute, which might have led to the attack.
Other teams are, meanwhile, scanning the CCTV footage of the stations through which the Jammu-Tawi Express passed, as the accused is suspected to have escaped from the spot in it.
“The footage from stations such as Surat, Vadodara and others are being scanned,” said B Shirsat, deputy commissioner of police, GRP (Western Railway).
The police have claimed that the family of the victim is not cooperating with them and are evading vital questions. The family believes the incident is a result of mistaken identity, said police.
Rathi’s father Amarsingh said, “My daughter used to travel by public transport in Delhi. If anybody had to plan an attack out of vengeance, why would he travel all the way to Mumbai for it? We are co-operating with the police.”

10.Cheated in love, struggling with acid burn injuries

CORRESPONDANT - Sayantanee Choudhury

PATNA: A victim of love, sex and dhokha, the 16-year-old girl Nupur (name changed) is struggling at the SKMCH in Muzaffarpur with acid burn injuries she suffered on Monday night.
According to sources, Nupur had eloped with her boyfriend Rupesh Yadav to Bangalore ten days back. In her statement, she alleged that the boy had promised to marry her. Both of them belong to Mishir Tola under Sangrampur police station in East Champaran district. They were returning home by a bus when Rupesh asked her to drop at an unknown place where his three friends were waiting. "Ise mere raste se hata do," Rupesh allegedly told his three friends. They blindfolded her before sprinkling acid on her face and injuring her with blade and taking away her cloths. As she fell unconscious, they left her under the impression that she was dead. Later, she went to the nearby village where the villagers covered her with cloths and took her to Kalyanpur police station.
Kalyanpur SHO Lalit Kumar said, "We lodged the FIR as soon as we came to know about the incident and sent the victim to the SKMCH for treatment. We have interrogated Shailendra Yadav, the father of Rupesh. He studied till class 9 and used to work as a daily wage worker."

SP Motihari, Vinay Kumar said, "A magistrate was deployed from Motihari civil court to record Nupur's statement on Tuesday. In her statement, the girl said she was not raped on Monday but admitted that she had physical intimacy with Rupesh during their stay in Bangalore. So, we have charged Rupesh (20) and his three unknown friends with attempt to murder."

However, according to police sources, the primary medical report of the SKMCH confirmed raped.
The SP said a forensic team from Patna came to Muzaffarpur to collect physical evidences. A four-member doctors' team has also been constituted to ensure her a better treatment. "Different police teams are constituted and raids are being conducted at several places in search of Rupesh. According to doctors, Nupur is stable now," Kumar said. Source:TimesOfIndia

11- Rajkot: Two women face acid attacks by jilted lovers

Two cases of acid attacks on women by jilted lovers have come to light from Junagadh district. One of the victims is a minor. The attacks were reported from Sutrapada and Talala talukas of the district. While the police have arrested one of the attackers, the second one is yet to be nabbed.In the first instance police arrested Bhaga Vanvi for throwing acid on his 17-year-old girl friend in Kadsala village of Sutrapada taluka.
Sources said that Bhaga was in love with the minor girl but it was a one-sided affair. He resided in the same village as the girl and used to send her SMSs on her mobile. Both belong to the dalit community. When the girl ignored him and refused to have any relationship with him, the accused, in a fit of fury, went to her residence late at night on May 6 and allegedly threw acid while she was asleep.
He fled from the spot after attacking her. The girl sustained severe burn injuries on her face and chest. She was rushed to a hospital in Kodinar.In the second instance, 26-year-old Rahemat Gameti of Veraval village sustained burn injuries when her former boyfriend Majid Sama of Vadal village in Talala taluka threw acid on her on Thursday.
The attack was carried out near Hadmatiya village when Rahemat was going to her parent's house in Vadal village."Majid intercepted the rickshaw in which Rahemat was traveling and forced her to get down. He beat her up and threw acid on her," said a police official.Sources said that Rahemat had got married to Merubhai Sama in Veraval few years ago. She had come to visit her parents and had gone to Hadmatiya village to purchase mangoes where she met her former lover Majid.Majid asked her to marry him which she refused following which he attacked her. Source:TimesOfIndia
12. Married woman injured in acid attack- 11th may 2013
A married woman was seriously injured when her colleague allegedly threw acid at her in Sarai Miyan locality in the Delhi gate area here, police said today.The incident took place yesterday afternoon when the woman aged about 36 was in her home and one Yusuf attacked her with acid and ran away, police said.The victim's 10-year-old daughter and an aunt were also injured in the incident, they said.The victim and the accused are co-workers in a local lock factory here, they said, adding that the injured persons were rushed to the hospital where their condition is stated to be stable.
No arrests have so far been made in the case, police said. ReadMore
13. ALIGARH- Acid attack on mother and daughter 11th may 
A young boy threw acid on a Girl and her mother after continuously rejection of marriage proposal from the girl’s side. ReadMore

इन दिनों एसिड अटैक मामलों में जैसे बाढ़ -सी आ गई है। कहने का तात्पर्य यह है कि तेज़ाब हमलों में तेजी से इजाफा हो रहा है। यदि सिर्फ बीते 2 महीनो की बात करें तो 10 ऐसे लोग है जो तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार हुए हैं। ये तो कुछ चुनिन्दा मामले हैं जिन तक स्टॉप एसिड अटैक की टीम पहुँच पाई है। अन्य कई मामले ऐसे भी हैं जो कि पहुँच से बाहर है। इसका कारण बाहरी दबाव या बदनामी का डर हो सकता है।
तेज़ाब हमले में तेजी से इजाफा होने के कई कारण है। पहला तो कानून और सरकार का लापरवाह नजरिया और दूसरा बाजार में आसानी से मिल रहा तेज़ाब है । आइए नजर डालते हैं बीते महीनो में हुए तेज़ाब के हमलो पर-

  1. शादी का प्रस्ताव ठुकराने पर, मनचले ने तेज़ाब फेंका 
    वड़ोदरा, 4मार्च ,2013 वड़ोदरा में बीते महीने 4 मार्च को एक युवक ने शादी का प्रस्ताव ठुकराने के बाद युवती पर तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया। घटना वड़ोदरा के परशुराम भट्टा इलाके की है। पीड़ित लड़की के चेहरे पर और उंगलियो पर जले के निशान है। आरोपी "राम ज्ञानकार" पुलिस के गिरफ्त में है। 
अधिक जानकारी के लिए: लिंक

2.  विधवा हुई तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार 21 मार्च, 2013 
मंजीत कौर (30) पर तेज़ाब हमला तब हुआ जब वह अपनी नौकरानी के साथ बाजार जा रही थी। जिसके बाद उन्हें सिविल अस्पताल में भर्ती कराया गया। मंजीत के साथ बाजार जा रही नौकरानी भी तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार हो गई। आरोपी को पुलिस ने गिरफ्तार कर लिया है।   आरोपी पीडिता का मित्र "संदीप कुमार" है। मंजीत ने आरोपी से मिलने को मना कर दिया था, जिसके कारण संदीप ने मनजीत पर तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया।

 अधिक जानकारी के लिए: लिंक
3. घर छोड़ने के बहाने तेज़ाब फेंका 30 मार्च, 2013
पुणे में 20 वर्षीय इनजीनियरिंग के छात्र ने 23 वर्षीया युवती पर तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया। बताया जा रहा है कि आरोपी, गजानन तेलंगे, पीडिता से प्यार करता था, पर उसकी शादी कहीं और तय हो गई। घटना वाले दिन पीड़िता अपने ब्यूटी पार्लर से लौट रही थी जहाँ गजानन ने उसे घर तक छोड़ देने की बात कही और एक सूनसान जगह ले जाकर उस पर तेज़ाब डाल दिया। और कहा कि यदि उसने इस मामले की शिकायत की तो वह अपने प्यार का जिक्र उसके मंगेतर से कर देगा। पीडिता ने इसकी रिपोर्ट पुलिस में दर्ज करायी और आरोपी पुलिस कस्टडी में है। पीड़ित लड़की बुरी तरह से झुलस गई है।

अधिक जानकारी के लिए: लिंक

4. 4 बहनों पर हुआ तेज़ाब हमला, 1 की हालत नाजुक उत्तर प्रदेश, 2अप्रैल, 2013

उत्तर प्रदेश के मुजफ्फरनगर इलाके में 4 सगी बहनों पर बाइक सवार 2 लोगों ने तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया। जिनमे से 1 की हालत नाजुक बनी हुई है और उसका इलाज दिल्ली के गंगाराम अस्पताल में चल रहा है। हमला तब हुआ जब चारों बहने स्कूल से लौट रही थी। आरोपी अभी पुलिस की गिरफ्त से बाहर हैं। 

 तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार हुई बहनों के नाम ईशा, कमरजहां, आयशा और सनम है। 
अधिक जानकारी के लिए :लिंक

      5. पति ने फेंका पत्नी पर तेज़ाब 

भोपाल,14 अप्रैल, 2013
भोपाल के छिंदवाड़ा जिले के पटलकोट इलाके में एक मामूली से विवाद में पति  ने पत्नी पर तेज़ाब फेंक दिया। इस हमले में पीड़िता 90 प्रतिशत जल गई है और स्थानीय अस्पताल में जिंदगी और मौत से लड़ रही है। हमले की वजह अभी तक पता नही लग पाई है। आरोपी पति का नाम उमेश है। 
अधिक जानकारी के लिए :लिंक
        6.  बेसन के विवाद में परिवार पर तेज़ाब फेंका 

वाराणसी, 14 अप्रैल, 2013
बेसन को लेकर हुए विवाद में दुकानदार, बैजनाथ केशरी  के  परिवार के सदस्यों के ऊपर गाँव  के रामसमुझ ने  तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया। गागकला भट्ठा गांव निवासी रामसमुझ उर्फ घुंडिल ने अपनी बेटी को पड़ोस के दुकानदार बैजनाथ केशरी के यहां एक पाव बेसन लेने भेजा था । बेसन ख़राब निकलने पर, शिकायत लेकर रामसमुझ दुकान पहुंचे। दोनों पक्ष के बीच वाद विवाद हो गया।  उमेश के चेहरे पर तेजाब पड़ने से उसकी हालत बिगड़ गई और उसे मंडलीय अस्पताल में भर्ती कराया गया है जहाँ उसका और अन्य परिवार के सदस्यों का इलाज चल रहा है। 
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      7. तमिलनाडु में पति ने पत्नी पर फेंका तेज़ाब 
तमिलनाडु, 17 अप्रैल, 2013 
तमिलनाडू के नमक्कल इलाके में एक पति ने शक के चलते अपनी पत्नी पर तेज़ाब डाल दिया। घटना के वक़्त पीडिता अपने मायके में अकेली थी। हमले की वजह आरोपी का पत्नी के ऊपर अवैध सम्बन्ध का शक बताया जा रहा है।  इस कारण दोनों के बीच विवाद चलता रहता था। इसी के चलते पीड़िता पति का घर छोड़ कर, अपने माँ के घर रहने लगी थी।अधिक जानकारी के लिए:लिंक
8. रेप के विरोध में फेंका तेज़ाब 
इलाहाबाद, 8 मई, 2013

बीते हफ्ते में इलाहाबाद में हुए तेज़ाब हमले ने  पुलिस को  महिलाओं के खिलाफ हो रहे अपराधो के लिए कड़ा रूख अपनाने पर मजबूर कर दिया है। तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार हुई 16 वर्षीय नाबालिग लड़की ने रेप का विरोध किया था। जिसका नतीजा उसे भुगतना पड़ा। मामला इलाहाबाद के घूरपुर का है। 

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9. बांद्रा स्टेशन पर नर्स पर हुआ तेज़ाब हमला 
मुंबई, बांद्रा। मई, 2013
प्रीती राठी, जो की पेशे से नर्स हैं, पर बांद्रा स्टेशन पर एक अन्जान शख्स ने तेज़ाब से हमला बोल दिया। प्रीती को अस्पताल देखने  पहुंचे डिप्टी कमिश्नर से प्रीती ने आरोपी को पकड़ने का अनुरोध किया। प्रीती आर्मी में नर्स के रूप में काम करती है। हमले में लड़की का चेहरा और गर्दन बुरी तरह से झुलस गया है। 

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10. शादी का दबाव बनाने पर दोस्तों से डलवाया प्रेमिका पर तेज़ाब 
पटना के चम्पारन जिले में शादी का दबाव बनाने पर युवक ने अपने दोस्तों से अपनी प्रेमिका के ऊपर तेज़ाब डलवा दिया। जब उन्हें लगा की वह मर गई तो उसे वहां छोड़ भाग निकले। आरोपी का नाम रुपेश यादव है। पीडिता और उसके प्रेमी के बीच शारीरिक सम्बन्ध थे जिसके चलते वह उस पर  शादी का दबाव बना रही थी। पीडिता का बयान पुलिस ने ले लिया है और मुजफ्फरनगर के अस्पताल में उसका इलाज चल रहा है .

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11. राजकोट के 2 अलग अलग जगह पर तेजाब हमले 
राजकोट के 2 अलग अलग जगहों पर लडकियां तेज़ाब का शिकार हुई। जिसमे एक के आरोपी की तो गिरफ्तारी हो गई है पर दूसरे मामले  का आरोपी  अभी भी पुलिस की पहुँच से बाहर है।  दोनों ही मामलो का कारण प्रेम प्रस्ताव को ठुकराना बताया जा रहा है। मामला सुत्रपदा और तालुला तालुके का है। पहले मामले का कारण  तो एकतरफा प्यार है और दूसरे हमले का आरोपी पीडिता का पुरुष मित्र रह चुका है। 

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12. महिला संग बच्ची भी हुई तेज़ाब हमले में घायल 
दिल्ली, 11मई, 2013
 दिल्ली के सराई मयान इलाके में एक महिला के साथ काम करने वाले युवक ने घर में घुस कर तेज़ाब से हमला कर दिया जिसमे साथ बैठी रिश्तेदार और 10साल की बच्ची  भी घायल हो गई। आरोपी अभी पुलिस की गिरफ्त से बाहर है।
 अधिक जानकारी के लिए: लिंक

13. अलीगढ में माँ बेटी को बनाया तेज़ाब हमले का शिकार 
अलीगढ, 12 मई, 2013 
उत्तर प्रदेश के अलीगढ़ में एक युवक ने एक महिला और उसकी बेटी पर तेजाब से हमला कर दिया। हमले का कारण शादी का प्रस्ताव ठुकराना  बताया जा रहा है।  आरोपी युवक लड़की से एकतरफा प्यार करता था और लगातार उस पर शादी के लिए दबाव बना रहा था।

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