|Mohammud Akram Mohammud Ajam|
|Date|| February 8, 1921|
|Location(s)||Bombay, British Raj|
Ajam, who was about 50 years old, was said to have left a mosque and then dashed down the street, stabbing at anyone in his path with a clasp knife. When he was distracted with killing a police sepoy, who had tried to arrest him, a Parsi named Dadiba Edulji Nanji seized the opportunity to subdue and restrain him until the arrival of further police forces. By that time three people lay dead at the scene, while three others were brought to hospital, where all of them succumbed to their injuries. Questioned about the reason for the attack Ajam replied: "It is my destiny. The thought came to my mind, and I struck."
- 1845 Bombay amok case, an amok case in Bombay on November 6, 1845