The notorious Blue Whale Challenge seems to be penetrating among youth with several reports getting surfaced from KPK, Punjab and Sindh. Earlier alarming cases were reported from Mardan and Jhelum where young girls became victims of the life threatening game.

The latest news comes from Hyderabad where several young boys and girls have reported receiving messages under the flag of the hazardous and unsafe web-based online game, Blue Whale.

According to media reports, two young ladies have lodged complaints at the Women Protection Cell in Hyderabad Region. Both of them have expressed that they got messages from an unknown sender via WhatsApp.

The sender used a US based number but more surprisingly used Roman Urdu to chat with them. In the beginning, small tasks were assigned but later the unknown sender harassed them, forced to do friendship and forwarded indecent clicks.

It is also reported that a Facebook page working under name of Blue Whale has been identified where numbers of girls alongside with their pictures are being shared publicly. The WhatsApp number is from America while the sender is claiming to be the creator of the game.

DIG Hyderabad Region, Khadim Hussain, has paid attention to the circumstances and has coordinated severe activities against the guilty parties.

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Screenshots of WhatsApp Messages by Blue Whale Admin

The Blue Whale Challenge

The Blue Whale Challenge includes 30 tasks (one on every day) and each undertaking gets increasingly difficult. It urges clients to take after to the last advance, which is ending one’s life. The producer of the game claims to want to rid the world of weak minded people who are a biological waste, according to him.

The game is played over a Russian web-based social networking website where users need to use certain hashtags related with the blue whale game. The game has quickly gained popularity worldwide among youngsters. Regardless of the efforts to control the suicidal game, Blue Whale proceeds to threaten individuals and even claim lives.