Here comes an alarming news for all Parents!
The Blue Whale Suicide Game is trending which is a suicide game. As per latest news, this extremely dangerous game has entered in India so it’s an alert for parents to save their children.
In Blue Whale Game challenge, a group of admins gives a task to a participant to complete on daily basis. They give a participant a task for 50 days daily and in the final the participant has to commit suicide.
Also participants have to share their photos of tasks completed. This blue whale game admin gives daily task of easy manners like listening to certain genres of music, waking up at odd hours, watching a horror movie and others.
There is no fix platform to play a game. Some say user has to install some app on their smartphone or others say to play it via social media.
A number of different hashtags— #bluewhalechallenge, #curatorfindme, #i_am_whale — act as signals for the anonymous curators.
Still there is no confirmation about this game’s existence in India. But across the globe suicide cases due to this Blue Whale Game is increasing.
As per authorities this game is developed in Russia where almost 130 people committed suicide and police have arrested 2 people.
What is the Blue Whale online suicide game?
The Blue Whale Game Challenge is an online game which encourage player to suicide.
There are hundreds of thousands of posts relating to the sick trend on Instagram.
Everyday group admin assigns task to members for 50 days continuously.
The task is getting dangerous with each day passing and also after completing each task, the player has to mark a cut on his hand.
On the 50th day, the admin behind the game reportedly instruct the players to commit suicide.
Parents should talk with their children and emphasise that they can make their own choices and discuss ways of how to say no.
Reassuring a child that they can still be accepted even if they don’t go along with the crowd will help stop them doing something that could hurt them or make them uncomfortable.”
Say NO with confidence if some of your friends or anyone asks you.
Be assertive. It’s your choice and you don’t have to do something which makes you feel unsafe or uncomfortable.
If you don’t feel comfortable doing what your friends are doing, suggest something else to do.Any child worried about peer pressure or online worries can contact Childline on 0800 1111
Share this kind of details with your parents.
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