Youth jumps off building; Blue Whale Challenge suspected


Team Udayavani, Sep 15, 2017, 5:00 PM IST

Guwahati: Youth from Assam jumped off building allegedly attempting the deadly Blue Whale Challenge.

The victim, a 22 year old student pursuing his 2nd year undergraduate degree was rushed to the hospital from the spot. Doctor’s claim his condition to be critical. His mobile handset has been sent for further investigation.

The game, which originated in Russia, gives a set of tasks to be completed over a period of 50 days. Some of the tasks include cutting and isolating oneself, listening to disturbing songs, spending time in graveyards, watching horror movies and finally, jumping off a building.  The final task leads to the player committing suicide.

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