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Hailakandi SP asks parents to keep vigil on children

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HAILAKANDI, Sept 3 - Hailakandi�s Superintendent of Police, Pranabjyoti Goswami has asked parents to keep a strict vigil on the activities of their children, particularly regarding the opening of any link on mobiles en route to the killer online game �Blue Whale�. He said that the boys and girls in the age group of 13-19 are extremely vulnerable to the game.

In a statement to the media, Goswami said that the parents must be very sensitive to the issue and should monitor the activities of their children who play online games on mobiles. He stressed the need of creating awareness on the issue among students, youths and parents.

He said that the Hailakandi Police is extremely concerned over the incidents of the last few days and said that it is unfortunate that some meritorious students of the State have got addicted to it and that one Sashikanta Bora, who was studying outside the State, also became a victim. Goswami informed that the Intelligence section of the department is collecting all information in this regard and a special cell has been entrusted to maintain strict vigil on it.

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Hailakandi SP asks parents to keep vigil on children

HAILAKANDI, Sept 3 - Hailakandi�s Superintendent of Police, Pranabjyoti Goswami has asked parents to keep a strict vigil on the activities of their children, particularly regarding the opening of any link on mobiles en route to the killer online game �Blue Whale�. He said that the boys and girls in the age group of 13-19 are extremely vulnerable to the game.

In a statement to the media, Goswami said that the parents must be very sensitive to the issue and should monitor the activities of their children who play online games on mobiles. He stressed the need of creating awareness on the issue among students, youths and parents.

He said that the Hailakandi Police is extremely concerned over the incidents of the last few days and said that it is unfortunate that some meritorious students of the State have got addicted to it and that one Sashikanta Bora, who was studying outside the State, also became a victim. Goswami informed that the Intelligence section of the department is collecting all information in this regard and a special cell has been entrusted to maintain strict vigil on it.

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