- Teen played Free Fire game for 5 months.
- After being scolded by family for wasting time instead of studying, he said his friend pressured him to play.
- The family had asked PG owners to confiscate his laptop to help him focus on his studies.
The teen’s father claims that his friend was also constantly asking him to play the Free Fire game. Due to this tension, he committed suicide by hanging himself.
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Father Naidu told police that his son played online games for five months. When he found out, he explained to his son that their financial condition was not good. So if he doesn’t feel like studying or if there is any pressure, then he will come and get it and he can continue his studies from home.
The son then said he would show it to everyone by getting good grades and becoming a doctor. 20-25 days ago the son had called and asked his father to pick him up. He told his son that the coaching would end after 3 months. And at the moment there is no admission in the school.
The relatives of the coaching student who committed suicide reached Kota on Monday. The police performed the autopsy in the presence of relatives. Naidu, the father of the deceased student, is said to have told police that the teen’s friend pressured his son to play the free game of fire.
The late student Navneet Navasi Naidu was the eldest of three brothers. He prepared for NEET through coaching in Kota. He had been living in Kota since September last year. His father Poloneni Navasi Naidu is an ASI (Communication) in the police force.