Acid Attack Horror in Delhi: 15-Year-Old Girl Targeted by 16-Year-Old Boy
Acid Attack Horror in Delhi: 15-Year-Old Girl Targeted by 16-Year-Old Boy

New Delhi: In a disturbing incident in the national capital, a 15-year-old girl fell victim to an acid attack perpetrated by a 16-year-old boy. The distressing event unfolded on Friday in the Burari area of Delhi, leaving the local community shocked and outraged.

According to the police, the immediate response from locals played a crucial role in apprehending the boy. Acting swiftly upon receiving information about the acid attack, residents in the area managed to catch the accused before handing him over to the authorities.

Preliminary investigations into the incident suggest that the 16-year-old boy was motivated by frustration stemming from a dispute with another girl. In a disturbing turn of events, he seemingly vented his anger by randomly attacking the innocent victim with acid.

The police have taken decisive action, registering a case against the boy under IPC sections 326B and 341, which pertain to voluntarily causing grievous hurt by use of acid and wrongful restraint, respectively. The detained boy is now under police custody as the investigation unfolds.

This shocking incident underscores the urgent need for increased awareness and stringent measures to prevent such heinous acts of violence. Acid attacks inflict severe physical and psychological trauma on victims, necessitating society's collective effort to address the root causes and enhance the safety of individuals, particularly vulnerable groups such as women and teenagers. The incident also highlights the importance of prompt community intervention and cooperation with law enforcement in addressing such crimes.

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