Kaup: Chided by parents for playing games on mobile phone, 16-year-old girl ends life


Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (MS)

Kaup, May 17: In an incident that highlights how mobile gaming addiction has taken over the lives of youngsters, a 16-year-old girl ended her life after being rebuked by her parents for playing video games on mobile phone. The incident occurred on the evening of May 15 at Manipur Kote, Manipura village of the taluk.

The deceased is Suhebat Aslamiya, daughter of complainant Zubeida and Shaban couple. According to the complaint filed the mother of the deceased, Aslamiya used to play games on the mobile phone continuously and did not heed to their advice of not to do so. On the evening of May 15 also, complainant and mother of the deceased advised her to stop playing games on mobile and took away the mobile from her. Deceased Aslamiya was angry and was sitting at a corner in the house.


Kaup police station (file photo)

Later, the mother of the deceased went to offer namaz and her husband, father of the deceased was having bath. When mother came out from house after namaz, the daughter could not be found. When both parents started searching for Aslamiya, they found a crowd of people gathered at the government well which is at around 200 meter from their house and came to know that their daughter has jumped into the well. Though the fire service personnel rushed to the spot and lifted Aslamiya from the well, she had breathed her last.

A case in this regard is registered at Kaup police station.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Joel, Mangalore - They become Responsible Adults ...

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Why only 18?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, May 18 2021

    Joel, Mangalore - Kindly Google "At what age does a child become an Adult" ...

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  • John, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Addictions kills so self control very much required. Once out of control very difficult to bring them back to normal. So need to be guided early, ban these mobile games so to encourage indoor or outdoor games or activities. Strickly certain times only be allowed for online or for studies.

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Side effects of Digital Hindustan .., jio...

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  • Doreen Machado, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    There must be more to the story. These are very difficult times for all of us especially children and young people. The lockdown and isolation has effected their minds and so many are suffering from mental health issues. Hope this pandemic ends soon so that are children are able to live happy healthy lives. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Concerned citizen, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Its a story of every house where children are becoming disobedient to their parents.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Mon, May 17 2021

    RIP Suhebat. Please look deeper into such issues as unemployment and economic independence especially for young women.

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  • KAVIN, UDUPI

    Mon, May 17 2021

    LOCK DOWN AND ADDICTION TO MOBILE GAMES SPECIALLY GAMES THAT PROMOTE KILLING AND FIRINGS MAKES KIDS NOW A DAYS MORE ADDICTED. PARENTS NEED TO BE EXTRA CAREFULL, RATHER THAN SHOUTING AND SNACTHING MOBILE SUDDENLY FROM KIDS IT WOULD BE BETTER TO SPEND TIME WITH THEM. IT IS TRUE THAT PARENTS HAVING THEIR OWN ISSUES BUT FOR THE SAKE OF KIDS SPENDING TIME AND TRYING TO UNDERSTAND KIDS IS VERY IMPORTANT. KIDS SHOULD NOT PLAY MORE THAN 30 TO 60 MINUTES GAMES ON MOBILE. IT WOULD BE BETTER TO DO DRAWING, LEARNING GRAMMERS, LEARNING NEW SKILLS ETC. ITS SO SAD TO HEAR THE LOSS . MAY GOD PROTECT ALL OF US FROM CORONA AND ITS SIDE EFFECTS.

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  • Fairoz, Mlore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    May be she was in the important stage of the game, suddenly her mother took away her mobile. could not tolerate this so she took this decision with angry.

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Something which is difficult to digest. What happened to these you stars. What type of education they are acquiring.

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    When schools and colleges are conducting lessons and exams online parents are forced to give mobiles to the kids. Govts have ruined their future based on fake pandemic scare created by hidden agenda foreign powers. Those countries which never imposed any lockdown measures and protocols without closing schools and colleges are doing fine as kids have very good immunity and are never at risk. But vaccine industries want Lockdowns to market their vaccines and govts oblige them as they are big fund givers to them.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, May 17 2021

    Give mobile to Children only after they have crossed 18 ...

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    What happens after 18?

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Mon, May 17 2021

    I heard even pubg is coming back....

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