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  Blue Whale Game: The largest modern day parenting challenge

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The blue whale game or the blue whale challenge is spreading its reach very briskly putting innocent children at a risk of life and undoubtedly creating the largest modern day parenting challenge for parents.

Smartphones already were a parenting challenge for parents and now they have their concerns augmented with the Blue whale game and the blue whale challenge adding to their woes.

 More students found playing the game

Each day more and more victims of the blue whale game or the blue whale challenge are being discovered.

On 23rd September, 16-year-old Karan Thakur in Panchkula hanged himself as a part of the blue whale challenge and now the police have found that 3 more students of Karan’s school were playing the blue whale game.

What can be done being parents to safeguard your child against this madness is the question that parents need to address immediately.

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Two days after Karan died the police had discovered that 11 more children from Chandigarh and Panchkula were playing the deadly game and now it has been discovered that 3 of them are from the same school is Karan.

What options are parents left with besides snatching the smartphones from the hands of their children?

Both parents and schools must work in coordination

Is it just the onus of the parents or should schools step forward too? The blue whale game is becoming a huge societal concern and hence it is time that uniform and deliberate frameworks be made with participation of schools, parents and other stakeholders to save naïve children from the grasp of this game or any other version of the game for children are becoming easy prey for the administrators of the game.

The blue whale game is becoming a huge societal concern and hence it is time that uniform and deliberate frameworks be made with participation of schools, parents and other stakeholders to save naïve children from the grasp of this game or any other version of the game for children are becoming easy prey for the administrators of the game.

Advisory by Chandigarh Police

The Chandigarh Police has issued an advisory for the parents. The police said that if any parent finds his or her child playing the blue whale game or the blue whale challenge then they must immediately confiscate their child’s phone and hand it over to the police.