Individual clashes with respect to insinuate connections, and sexual dismissal In parts of South Asia, corrosive assaults regularly happen as reprisal against a lady who rejects a proposition of marriage or a lewd gesture. Corrosive assaults have been utilized to rebuff wedded ladies if her family can’t or unwilling to pay extra share requested by the spouse or his family. Such assaults are regular in social orders where there is an abnormal state of sex imbalance and ladies possess a subordinate position in connection to men. Clashes over land and property Clashes with respect to legacy and other property issues are a reason for corrosive assaults. Individuals are frequently struck because of land debate. Posse viciousness and competition Corrosive assaults identified with clashes between criminal packs happen in many spots, going from Pakistan and Bangladesh to Indonesia and Western Europe, with such assaults now occurring in Greece and the United Kingdom. The expectation of the assailant is regularly to mortify as opposed to execute the casualty. In Britain such assaults, especially those against men, are accepted to be underreported, and therefore huge numbers of them don’t appear in official insights. Socially, politically and religiously propelled Assaults against people because of their social or political exercises, or because of their religious convictions likewise happen. These assaults might be focused against a particular individual, because of their exercises, or might be executed against arbitrary people simply on the grounds that they are a piece of a social gathering or group. In Pakistan, female understudies have had corrosive tossed in their appearances as a discipline for going to class. Corrosive assaults because of religious clashes have been accounted for in Tanzania. In Europe, Konstantina Kouneva, presently an individual from the European Parliament, had corrosive tossed on her in 2008, in what was depicted as “the most extreme ambush on an exchange unionist in Greece for a long time.FINDINGS: A 50 for each penny decrease has been seen in corrosive wrongdoing cases crosswise over Pakistan since 2014. Notwithstanding, a switch incline is seen in the quantity of kids assaulted in comparative cases in the vicinity of 2013 and 2016, ascending from 15 for every penny to 21.3 for each penny. 2014 was thought to be a basic standard with an aggregate of 153 corrosive assaults revealed in the year. However the predominance of corrosive assaults was settled in 2015 and 2016, as per the report which has been assembled by Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) as a team with European Union (EU), Group Development Pakistan and National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW).