Acid-throwingincident: 8 injured
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Eight persons were injured in an acid-throwing incident at Baldevnagar Ambala City on Sunday night. Three of the seriously injured were referred to PGIMER, Chandigarh, while the remaining five were under treatment at the civil hospital here.
According to information, eight persons had gone to the residence of one Anil, who runs committees, to take Rs 6,000. Ajay had been demanding the amount but Anil didn't make the payment.
On Sunday night, Ajay along with his seven friends went to Anil's residence, where they engaged in an argument. During the argument, Anil brought acid and started throwing it along with other family members on Ajay and his supporters.
Three persons identified as Anil, Jatin and Lalit were injured seriously as the acid fell on their faces and eyes.
They were referred to PGIMER. Other injured were admitted to the local hospital. The police have registered a case.
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