Delhi: 10-year-old innocent died in repeating ‘Stunt’, used to watch VIDEO of stunts on mobile – न्यूज़लीड India

Delhi: 10-year-old innocent died in repeating ‘Stunt’, used to watch VIDEO of stunts on mobile


oi-Rahul Goyal


Published: Friday, June 24, 2022, 10:22 [IST]

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Delhi, June 24: An example of how dangerous it can prove to be to give mobile phones to innocent children at an early age has come from the country’s capital Delhi. Actually, here an innocent child found it so expensive to repeat the video ‘stunt’ seen on the mobile phone that he had to lose his life. This case is from Kartar Nagar in North-East Delhi. Police said that on Wednesday (June 22) the rope wrapped around the neck of a 10-year-old boy while performing stunts and he died of suffocation.

Delhi: 10-yr old child no more while playing with rope

The innocent child has been identified in the room of nine-year-old Hardik Singh. Nine-year-old Hardik was alone at home with his mother when the incident took place. According to the news of news agency ANI, Hardik was playing a game of jumping rope in a room on the second floor. A charpai (cot) was standing next to it, adjacent to the wall. Suddenly his rope got entangled in the foot of the cot (his leg) and Hardik got a noose around his neck. The jump resulted in a jolt and Hardik was left hanging there. In the same room, the mother was sleeping her second child.

When she came to see Hardik, her senses were blown away. When he raised an alarm, the neighbors and other family members gathered there. Hardik was immediately admitted to a nearby hospital, where he was declared brought dead. At the same time, the police, who reached the spot after this incident, is investigating the matter after questioning the family. At the same time, the parents are in a bad condition crying. Giving information in this matter, a senior police officer said that according to the family, 10-year-old Hardik used to watch videos of stunts on his mobile phone. Even on Wednesday evening, he was jumping rope in his room.

At the same time, the child tried to repeat a stunt. Meanwhile, the rope wrapped around his neck, causing him to have difficulty in breathing and after that he fainted. During this time he was taken to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead, the official said. Told that due to accidental death and no case has been registered against anyone, the police have initiated action under Section 174 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. Police said the boy’s father works in an electronics company and the mother is a housewife.

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Delhi: 10-yr old child no more while playing with rope

Story first published: Friday, June 24, 2022, 10:22 [IST]

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