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Blue Whale Challenge: Madhya Pradesh Police rescues 2 Agra girls who ran away from homes

Madhya Pradesh Police rescued two teenagers from Uttar Pradesh’s Agra, who had run away from their homes to complete a task of the ‘Blue Whale Challenge’ game, from a railway station in Hoshangabad district.


By   |  Updated On : September 14, 2017 10:59 PM
Blue Whale Challenge: 2 Agra girls ran away from homes, rescued in Madhya Pradesh (File Photo)

Blue Whale Challenge: 2 Agra girls ran away from homes, rescued in Madhya Pradesh (File Photo)

New Delhi :  

Madhya Pradesh Police rescued two teenagers from Uttar Pradesh’s Agra, who had run away from their homes to complete a task of the ‘Blue Whale Challenge’ game, from a railway station in Hoshangabad district.

A senior police official of Hoshangabad district told the media that the two girls were seen wandering in the station.

“We handed the girls to Child Welfare Committee (CWC),” said the police official.

The CWC members were shocked to learn that the duo girls from Uttar Pradesh ran away from their houses to complete second stage of the ‘Blue Whale Challenge Game’.

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The CWC during counselling have learnt that the two girls had left Agra and boarded the Punjab Mail on Tuesday.

The girls told the CWC members that they had switched off their mobile-phones till after boarding the train.

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A senior CWC official told the media that the handed over the girls to their parents.

First Published: Thursday, September 14, 2017 10:44 PM


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