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Anjali lost her life due to the dangerous task of an online game? Jumped from the 14th floor

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On June 18, a minor girl committed suicide by jumping from the 14th floor of a building in Indore, Madhya Pradesh (Anjali Suicide Case). The mystery of death still remains. But in the meantime, the police have made some important revelations in the investigation. It has been revealed that 13-year-old Anjali used to play online games for hours in a closed room. The game she played the most was Roblox (Roblox Game Task). The police said that the game involves the task of jumping from a height. Anjali also gave her life to complete this task.

Before her death, she often sent such pictures to her friends, in which she was seen standing in high places. Anjali’s friends stopped her from playing this game several times. But she did not agree. Currently, the police believe that Anjali may have committed suicide due to the task given in this game. But this has not been confirmed yet. Police also sent Anjali’s iPad for investigation. But his password is not cracked yet. The investigation team is trying to find out the password soon.

Anjali, a class 7 student who committed suicide by jumping from the 14th floor in Nipaniya in Lasudiya area, was trapped in a game, police said. During interrogation, brother Aditya told the police that Anjali was playing a game called Row-Block on her iPad. She would stay alone in the room for many hours at a time. He was interrupted several times, but never lost his passion for the game.

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What did the psychiatrist say?

When the police consulted psychiatrists in the matter, it was found that by sending such tall photos, it was clear that she wanted to sit in her mind and complete some task of an online game. This can also be a reason for suicide.

What is the Row-Blocks game?

Ro-Blox is an online game where players can share their experiences and make millions of friends. This game takes you into a virtual world. In this game, children get a variety of tasks, including jumping from a height. According to a psychiatrist, such games hypnotize children. Children lose control of themselves. They lose the ability to think about what kind of event will harm them or lose their lives. They fall prey to autism syndrome.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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