Mother fired free fire game from mobile, then minor child reached Indore from Ujjain by bicycle

A 15-year-old youth resident of Chimanganj police station area is a student of class VIII. She is addicted to playing free fire game on mobile. His mother had deleted the game from her mobile two days ago. This made him very angry. On Tuesday, when the girl’s mother dropped her at the bus stand to […]
 


Mother fired free fire game from mobile, then minor child reached Indore from Ujjain by bicycle

A 15-year-old youth resident of Chimanganj police station area is a student of class VIII. She is addicted to playing free fire game on mobile. His mother had deleted the game from her mobile two days ago. This made him very angry. On Tuesday, when the girl’s mother dropped her at the bus stand to go to school, she returned home and went straight to Indore by bicycle. On the basis of his mobile location, the police brought him from Indore and handed him over to his family members.

TI Jatinder Bhaskar told that a student of class VIII living in the police station area used to play free fire game on his mobile every day. Two days ago, the girl’s mother deleted the game from her mobile phone. This made the student very angry. On Tuesday, his mother dropped him at the bus stop. Where she told her mother that the school copy was left at home, which she had brought. After that when he went home, he did not come back. When the mother reached home, the child and his cycle were missing. The mother has lodged a complaint with the Chimanganj police.

check cctv cameras

Taking the matter seriously, the police have started the search for the child. After checking the footage of the surrounding area and the police cameras, he was seen going towards Indore Road. The girl had a mobile phone. Which he was turning on and off again and again. On this basis, the police had traced his whereabouts at Mari Mata crossroads in Indore. After which the Ujjain police reached Indore and brought him to Ujjain and handed him over to his family members.

He wanted to sell his cycle and go to Mumbai

Kishor told police that he was upset that the game had been taken down. Because of this he wanted to run away from home. He used to sell cycles in Indore and then moved to Mumbai, where he worked in a shop or started his own business.