Acid attack on BMTC woman conductor, two arrested


Team Udayavani, Dec 22, 2019, 11:09 AM IST

Bengaluru: Two men were arrested by the city police for allegedly attacking a woman BMTC conductor with acid.

The accused are Arun Nayak, the victim’s brother-in-law, who is also BMTC employee, and his friend Kumara Naik. The victim is identified as Indira, a BMTC conductor attached to the Peenya bus depot.

As per sources, the duo attacked Indira on Thursday, December 19 just 100m away from her residence.

Following the attack, Indira was rushed to a hospital in Hessarghatta and is now admitted to the ICU. She is currently undergoing treatment for burns in her neck, face, and back.

However, the main reason behind this act is yet to be known.

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