Police Register FIR Against Free Fire Game Developers, Know Why?


The Madhya Pradesh govt has registered a police case against the developers of an online game after a 13-year-old boy committed suicide in Chhatarpur district last week over the monetary loss, state home minister Narottam Mishra said on Monday. The teen boy, a Class VI student who ended his life last Friday, had left a suicide note in which he stated that he lost Rs 40,000 in an online game called ''Free Fire''.

"A sad incident took place over the Free Fire game in Chhatarpur. FIR has been registered against the company which developed this game. Superintendents of police across the state have been directed to take action against the developers of such addictive games, which are disorientating the young generation and playing with their lives. We have sought the state Law department's opinion to initiate legal action against such companies," Mishra told reporters. Rajesh Banjare, in charge of Civil Lines police station in Chhatarpur, said on Monday that an FIR under abetment of suicide of child of the Indian Penal Code has been registered against the company that developed ''Free Fire'' and the help of the cyber cell was being taken to zero in on monetary activities in the case.

Let us tell you that the child who ended his life, in his suicide note, had sought pardon from his mother for withdrawing ₹ 40,000 from her UPI account and losing it in ''Free Fire'' game sessions, police had said incidentally, a 12-year-old boy had ended his life in Dhana in Sagar district in January after his father took away his mobile phone over the addiction to the ''Free Fire'' game. Free Fire is a shooter-survival game based on the ''last man standing'' concept in which players have to search for weapons to eliminate other participants

 

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