Tarnia Parvin, 25, suffered severe burns to her face, arms and upper body after she had acid thrown on her by her husband following a trivial, domestic issue. She was rescued by locals who heard her agonized screams and took her to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital where she is being treated. The incident took place at 8pm local time as she was going to prayers.
The woman is one of the 3625 people having been victims of acid attacks in 3270 incidents between 1999 to 2015 in Bangladesh.
Of these, 1847 were female, 901 were male and 877 were children, according to the Acid Survivors Foundation.
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Some humans are so wicked. Good lord.
Useless Man. He is such a weakling.
Chie! This man is heartless
He is a sadists
Jesus Christ. The man is a beast
People can be hearthless
My goodness!!! This is wicked.Even children are not spared.I wonder what offence a child would commit to warrant acid bath.This world is indeed evil
Kai, nawa o.
A wicked soul will never go unpunished
What has come over people lately biko?????
This is too bad
O ga o!
This world is wicked
Lord have mercy
Omg!! Such a cruel thing to do.
Jeez! What are men turning into these days?
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