Published:September 2, 2017 four:02 pm
The Puducherry executive would usher in a law to curb the menace of the Blue Whale problem but even so taking stringent motion towards the ones indulging in it, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy stated Saturday. Citing stories of younger scholars allegedly committing suicide in numerous portions of the rustic after taking part in the web recreation, the executive minister stated it will have to be curbed quickly. “This is a matter of serious concern and the parents should keep a close eye on the behaviour of their wards,” he instructed journalists.
The Puducherry executive would quickly arrange tracking committees in the course of the cyber crime wing of the police to stay a vigil at the state of affairs, he stated. “Stringent action would be taken against those indulging in the game. A legislation would also be brought in Puducherry soon to curb the menace,” the executive minister stated.
Narayanasamy additionally appealed to the Centre to pay speedy consideration to the the menace of the web recreation and save you it thru “deterrent action”. He additionally stated consciousness camps could be held in faculties and faculties to spotlight the risk focused on taking part in the sport and give protection to scholars.
The leader minister stated a scholar from Assam pursuing a path on the School of Management in Pondicherry University had allegedly dedicated suicide by way of putting from a tree department at the college premises on Friday. “The police are probing the matter to find out whether the suicide was related to the blue whale game or due to depression or any other cause,” he stated.
He expressed surprise over the suicide of a 17-year-old lady in Tamil Nadu’s Ariyalur district on Friday. The lady had moved the Supreme Court towards NEET-based clinical tests. There have been sturdy protests towards the admission of scholars at the foundation of NEET in Tamil Nadu and likewise in Puducherry.
“We have fought against NEET both inside and outside the Assembly seeking exemption for Puducherry from the CBSE-based NEET test. But the Centre imposed it on students discarding the pleas of the states, citing the Supreme court verdict,” he stated.
He steered the Centre to evaluate the apex courtroom verdict, urging it to be sure that NEET used to be no longer imposed on states that didn’t need it to be a yardstick for admission of scholars to MBBS.