“A part of my head is dug. I have missed one of my corneas. I have many times experienced being burnt by hot water steam or hot cooking pots and so on, but this burn was different! My clothes worn on my body turned to powder. People took me to a shop and immediately poured water on my face. I was terribly burning, but people were rather trying to cover my body than to help me. I do not have anybody to help me. I cannot cover its medical costs. My children cannot introduce me to their friends; they simply feel shy! I have got stuck at home and cannot afford to go out and live in the society. No to make my family being more suffered, I try to take silence and not to grieve.” These are parts of the painful utterances who have experienced acid attack on their faces and bodies (What the victims of acid attacks say!).