PUBG Game: A 16-Year-Old Boy Shot Down her Mother Over Argument For Playing BGMI – A 16-year-old gaming addict reportedly shot his mother for criticizing him for playing the online game PUBG over the weekend and kept her body at their house in Lucknow for two days by threatening and putting his younger sister in a room to prevent her from telling anybody, according to a police officer. In an attempt to cover up the murder, the youngster allegedly attempted to burn his mother’s body for two days with combustible substances.
According to accounts, the teenager continued to act normally throughout this time, as if nothing had happened. He also continued to play with his pals, inviting them over to the house, watching a movie, and even cooking. However, on Tuesday evening, some neighbors smelled a terrible odor coming from the residence, so they called the cops, and the situation was brought to light.
After a disagreement about a game he was hooked to, the youngster murdered his mother with his father’s licensed revolver in the early hours of Sunday, according to authorities. The woman, who had been shot in the head, died soon after. After that, the kid concealed his mother’s body in a room and spent two days at home with his nine-year-old sister. According to authorities, the child used a room freshener to mask the bad odor.
The deceased’s spouse is a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) in the Army, now stationed in West Bengal’s Asansol area. The mother shared her home with her 10-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son. When the deceased’s son was first quizzed by authorities, he allegedly made up a tale about a guy who had come to conduct electrical work in the house killing his mother. Officials were suspicious of the boy’s story and met with his sister, who told them the whole story.
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