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AHMEDABAD/SURAT : Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today said his legislature will boycott the web based amusement 'Blue Whale Challenge', which supposedly instigates players to confer suicide.

"My legislature has offered guidelines to the Home Department and additionally the Chief Secretary to discover approaches to boycott this amusement in the state.

"We need to stop this, as individuals are conferring suicide because of this amusement," he told correspondents in Gandhinagar today.

He additionally said that if necessary, the state government would convey a statute to boycott the diversion in Gujarat.

"Authorities have been made a request to speed up the procedure to boycott the amusement. If necessary, we may likewise convey a law to boycott it. We are completely dedicated to boycott this amusement in Gujarat, as we can't enable our youngsters to submit suicide because of this diversion," he included.

The Blue Whale Challenge is allegedly a suicide diversion in which the players is given sure errands to finish over a time of 50 days and the last undertaking drives him or her to confer suicide.

The player is additionally made a request to share photographs in the wake of completing each test. The amusement has asserted a few lives around the world.

As of late, a 30-year-old man from Palanpur in Banaskantha area of the state had guaranteed that he was finishing his life as he achieved the last phase of the Blue Whale Challenge.

Before submitting suicide by hopping into Sabarmati stream here on September 1, Palanpur occupant Ashok Maluna posted a video on his Facebook account, in which, he purportedly said that he had downloaded Blue Whale Challenge and suicide is the last stride of that amusement.

Notwithstanding, police had said Maluna finished his life under sadness because of growth and not on account of the diversion.

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