Acid regulation required in response to spate of attacks Jabed doesn’t think the government is taking enough action or providing enough police.
Eastern Eye Staff
by Stephen Timms Labour MP for East Ham Last month, Jamel Muhktar and his cousin Resham Khan were sitting in a car in Newham on their way to celebrate Resham’s 21st birthday. A man leaned through the window and threw acid over them both, inflicting severe, life-changing injuries. A 24-year-old man has been charged over the attack. There was a wave of revulsion across the borough in east London and a vigil organised by Stand Up to Racism. Women, in particular, started to worry whether it was now safe to walk down the street. Last Monday night (17) I opened…
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