Revenge: Faisalabad girl flings acid on jilted lover

Nabila alleges that her lover, Mohsin Qadeer, started to ignore her as he allegedly got involved with other girls.


Web Desk March 12, 2012

FAISALABAD: Call it love, jealousy or passion, Nabila flung acid on her “fraudulent” sweetheart to take revenge from him.

Belonging to Faisalabad, Nabila alleged that her lover, Mohsin Qadeer, started to ignore her as he had allegedly gotten involved with other girls.

“He kept promising me for 2-3 years that he will marry me, but he did not keep contact after other girls entered his life.”

A police official at the Marzi Pura police station said that Nabila had flung bathroom acid on Qadeer, which affected his eyes but did not harm him much as it was not concentrated.

Nabila confessed her crime to the police which has kept her in detention at the Marzi Pura police station.

Correction: An earlier version of this story had used the term 'sweet revenge', which has now been removed. No offense was intended.

COMMENTS (24)

Ahmed HM | 9 years ago | Reply

Shame on you ET Admin for calling it sweet revenge in the first place. No thanks for changing it.

Humari News | 9 years ago | Reply

Who said that a man who through acid on woman face always runs from thin streets....1st it is unique case of Pakistan and also I think girl can't go away from her home...a criminal who can do same thing with woman can think before how to escape.

Also Madam Nabeela has not done any good work which we have to appreciate it.Girl accepted that her boyfriend Mohsin has did "sex" with her.So how an "INNOCENT" & "GOOD CHARACTER" girl can do same things.Islam did not allow boy & girl friendship.

If Boy did same with Girl than Girl was nothing can do except crying on street but if Miss Nabeela got free from jail what the guy & his friend can do with her is a point of thinking.

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