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3 women injured in Mumbai acid attack

Vijay Singh in Mumbai | January 31, 2004 11:34 IST
Last Updated: January 31, 2004 22:42 IST

Three women were seriously injured in an acid attack on a Mumbai local on Friday night.

Mansi Shingarpure, Shirley Thomas and Sunita Prasanna were rushed to Baba Hospital in suburban Bandra.

Another passenger, Saifullah Rahmatullah, who suffered minor burns, was treated at Cooper Hospital.

No arrests have been made so far.

According to sources, the attackers boarded the train at Bandra.

All three injured women are employed with ICICI Bank at its Mahalaxmi branch.

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Sub: Acid Attacks

It appears that the attacks were made through the grill of the train in which the women were travelling. Is it not time Bharat's trains ...

Posted by Mr Khandu Patel

Sub: Acid Attack on Women is Obscene

These attacks are so obscene that the full weight of the criminal law should bear down on the perpetrators. An example should be set by ...

Posted by Mr Khandu Patel

Sub: heinous...

the acid attack on mumbai local is heinous and serves no purpose. authorities, kindly do something to make life in mumbai safe.

Posted by murthy

Sub: Heinous crime

What is happening ? Innocent women have been regularly attacked now days by throwing acid on their face. Such acts have to be considered equivalent ...

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