Asian acid attack anxiety- ‘People scared to open their front doors’ Jabed doesn’t think the government is taking enough action or providing enough police.
Eastern Eye Staff
by Nadeem Badshah British Asians have spoken of their fears over going out in the evenings following the spike in acid attacks – and have called for tougher sentences. Communities have said they are also afraid to open their front door and leave their car windows open after eight people were allegedly targeted by corrosive substances in recent weeks in London. Police in Southampton are investigating a “fake acid attack” where water was thrown at two Muslim women by a man in a passing car last week. The Metropolitan Police have revealed there were 455 acid offences recorded in London…
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