The nation wide investigations being conducted into the Blue Challenge cases suggests that there is an independent curator for India. This new revelation came to light when the probe agencies realised that there is a slight change in pattern when the game is played in India.
In all cases that have been reported from Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Mumbai it has been found that the victim has not jumped from a high-rise, but hanged themselves.
This is very different when compared to how the game is played in the other parts of the world. In the other parts of the world when the victim completes all the challenges, he or she has been asked to jump down a high-rise building.
However in India the final challenges demands that the victim hangs.
An investigating officer told OneIndia that this has led them to believe that there is an independent curator for India. We are also trying to access some details from Russia where a curator was arrested a few days back.
The curator in India has tweaked the rules to suit conditions in India, the officer said. The 50th suicidal task demands that the victim hangs. This was done to facilitate those victims who do not have access to high rise buildings. This is one of the primary reasons, why we suspect that India has a different curator, the officer also noted.
The officer further notes that the entire game in India is being controlled by a set of curators. They could be in different locations, the officer also said. The death of a 19 year old in Madurai who fell prey to this game has opened up a can of worms. It was found that in Madurai alone there are 75 players of the game.
Barely 24 hours after the incident at Madurai was reported, two more incidents from Bengal and Puducherry came to light. However the student from Howrah who took the challenge was stopped before he took the extreme step.
The police also say that it is only those who are depressed who fall prey to this game. The curator is able to find out if this person would take the full challenge upto the 50th level. It is only those who the curators will continue to instruct the police also say.