More Selfie Deaths In India Last Year Than Anywhere Else
India may have a selfie-loving prime minister, Narendra Modi, but Indians, in general, seem to be bad at selfie safety.
The people are interested in a selfie while they are travelling or some kind of work and share to the people in social Media is a prestige or Nothing else. at present moment selfie is most essential element in youth people that’s there is no matter. selfie accidents are increased in the last year according to reports.
According to reports In the Year 2015 at least 27 “selfie-related” deaths around the world last year, about half occurred in India.
In 2015, Indians taking selfies died while posing in front of an oncoming train, in a boat that tipped over at a picnic, on a cliff that gave way and crumbled into a 60-foot ravine and on the slippery edge of a scenic river canal. Also, in September, a Japanese tourist trying to take a selfie fell down steps at the Taj Mahal, suffering fatal head injuries.
Mumbai police said this week that they had identified more than a dozen “no-selfie zones” around India’s largest city Recently a selfie accident happened near to the Arabian sea. after three young girls were swept out into the Arabian Sea while taking selfies in a rocky part of the Bandra area Saturday. One of the young women is presumed to have drowned, as did a man who jumped in to save them.
A Mumbai police spokesman, Dhananjay Kulkarni, told the BBC that police would be asking city officials to take steps to reduce the risk of selfies at popular tourist spots such as the city’s famous Marine Drive, including deploying lifeguards and posting warning signs. Police would also be giving warnings, authorities said.
Last year, no-selfie zones were also established in certain areas of the massive Hindu religious gathering called the Kumbh Mela because organizers feared bottlenecks caused by selfie-takers could spark stampedes.