The Rise Of Deadly Blue Whale Game In India

Central IT and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that that The Government of India has ruled out games like Blue Whale, which will promotes suicide among childrens. He said that companies have been instructed to stop Blue Whale spreading the game and to “immediately remove” any link to the blue whale game download.

“Clear instructions have been issued to all the technology platforms that they must delink this game immediately because under the Indian IT ecosystem no initiative shall be permitted which provokes young boys to commit suicide. This is plainly unacceptable,” 

The Government of Kerala has made it clear that even the juvenile teenagers in Kerala have committed suicide in the spirit of the the whale game. Several complaints have been received regarding the Bluewhale game, the minister said. He pleaded that all should be strictly observed.

“Clear instructions have been issued to all the technology platforms that they must delink this game immediately because under the Indian IT ecosystem no initiative shall be permitted which provokes young boys to commit suicide. This is plainly unacceptable,” CM of Kerala Pinarayi Vijayan added.

Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Yahoo all have been advised to avoid links that lead to the Bluewash game. The suggestion is that to avoid links that lead to Blueway or other similar games.

Its reported that Due to this deadly game, Blue Whale has taken 130 life around world.

A recent The teenager’s suicide is reported from Thiruvananthapuram in Vilappilsala.
On July 30, a 14-year-old student from Mumbai allegedly committed suicide by the blue whale trap.

What Is The Blue Whale Game?

It’s described as a game, but the Blue Whale Challenge is far from a game. Young teens who accept the challenge are encouraged to complete a series of tasks which get more and more sinister and at the end of the game the player is urged to take their own life in order to “win.”
The Blue Whale suicide game goes by many names including ‘A Silent House,’ ‘A Sea Of Whales’ and ‘Wake Me Up At 4:20am.’ It takes 50 days to complete and is played primarily via the website VKontakte, which is a popular social network in Russia. It gets its name from a common belief that blue whales voluntarily beach themselves in order to end their own lives.
The game is attracting teens as young as 12-years-old in Russia and Central Asian countries but recent reports suggest the game could be spreading across Europe and into the UK. The game has been blamed by the Russian media as the reason why 80 to 130 children committed suicide between November 2015 and April 2016.