Indore: Girl jumps off 14th floor to complete online game target, dies on the spot

A shocking case has come to light from Indore, a 13-year-old girl committed suicide by jumping from the 14th floor. Suspected that the reason for the suicide was a task given in a game. The police are investigating through the girl’s tablet. Also, statements of many people including security guards, cleaning staff, and women working in houses have been taken but the police have failed to find out why she did this.

According to other sources, this incident took place in DB Apollo City in Indore. When the police investigated the student’s suicide case, it was found that Ro Box is an online game in which tasks have to be completed. The police have also found a personal tablet of Anjali, whose password is not known even to the family members. The police have sent the student’s tablet to be unlocked. The investigation also revealed that she had also sent photos taken from a height to her friends.

The police are investigating the entire matter and are waiting for Anjali’s tablet to be unlocked. Police station in-charge Taresh Soni said that when we talked to the girl’s family in the case of her death, during interrogation her brother said that the girl had a tablet. She used to play games on it every day. When we asked about the tablet, there were such games in it in which the task was to reach a height and then share it.

Psychiatrists and experts say that in such incidents, children are often trapped in dangerous tasks of online games. These games have a bad effect on the mental health of children and motivate them to take suicidal steps. This incident has forced society and families to think about how important it is to keep an eye on the online activities of children. Regular monitoring and open communication about the dangers of online games are crucial steps that parents and guardians must take to ensure the safety and well-being of their children. The need for awareness and preventive measures has never been more urgent.

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