Blue Whale game: 15-year-old girl tries to commit suicide, rescued from Jaisalmer

17 September 2017, 03:09 PM
The minor is now being counselled at Raisen's Child Line centre.
The minor is now being counselled at Raisen's Child Line centre.

Online self harm game Blue Whale strikes again. In a fresh case where a student of class 11 from Madhya Pradesh's (MP) Raisen area who went missing since September 2 while playing the game and has been taken into police custody from Jaisalmer's Child Line. 

In a confession to the police the student said that she has been playing the dangerous Blue Whale game since August and in order to complete the task she ran away from her home. 

The minor is now being counselled at Raisen's Child Line centre. She said that she liked the game very much and each completed task gave her a sense of pride. 

As of now the child has a mixed feeling which is neither good nor bad. It is evident from the statements of the class 11 girl that the deadly Blue Whale game has had a deep impact in her psyche. 

It is worthy to be noted that the 15 year old girl who is a resident of Raisen's ward 13 went missing since September 2 after her relatives filed a missing report in the nearest police station.

The girl will be handed over to the family in Vidisha's CWC on Sunday. 

First Published: Sunday, September 17, 2017 01:43 PM
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