Zantac also controls acid for up to 12 hours for all-day or all-night acid control
The Sindh Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention, drafted by the ministry says, if any person is attacked with acid, monetary relief will be given to the victim to meet their medical and rehabilitation expenses, especially, when the medical board recommends treatment at private or foreign medical institutions.
The drop was significant for both of the oxidized groups compared to the linoleic acid control
Products such as Crystal Light, Mio, Dasani Drops, and Propel have between 0 and 10 calories, but they contain additives for taste, color, acid control
, and preservation.
Legislation for criminal prosecution of acid violence perpetrators was introduced in Bangladesh in 1984 and in 2002 the Acid Crime Control Act and the Acid Control
Act were enacted.
The government, the official said, had passed Criminal Law (Second Amendment) Act, 2011, commonly known as Acid Control
and Acid Crime Act enacted in 2011, to curb the menace.
In 2011 the Senate passed the Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention Bill to repress acid attacks in the country; the senate also passed the prevention of anti-women practices bill.
The Acid Offences Prevention Act 2002 and the Acid Control
Act banned the open sale of acids, and imposed stringent punishment ( including the death penalty) and a fine on offenders.
In 2002 the Bangladesh government passed two acts, the Acid Control
Act 2002 and the Acid Crime Prevention Acts 2002 (1st and 2nd Act), restricting import and sale of acid in open markets.
Be Soeun was the first person prosecuted under Cambodia's acid control
law - adopted in December 2011 - and received the maximum sentence, based on his charge.
Acid attacks became illegal in Pakistan in 2010 when parliament passed the Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention Bill; this can carry punishments of up to lifetime imprisonment.
>> The Lower House of Parliament in Pakistan unanimously passed the Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention Bill last year.
In 2011, Pakistan passed a law in the form of Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention Bill that established tougher penalties for an acid-attack conviction -- 14 years to life behind bars and a fine of up to $11,000.
Last fall, Pakistan's government unanimously passed the Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention bill, which established tougher penalties for acid-attack convictions: 14 years to life behind bars and a fine of up to $11,000.
Acid attacks were previously considered assault by the law, but thanks to lobbying by activists are now specifically dealt with under the Acid Control
and Acid Crime Prevention Bill 2010, enacted as law by Pakistani legislators at the end of 2011.