Cyberbullying Kills: A Moral Tale of a Writer and a Bully

Neha was a bright and cheerful girl who loved to write. She had a blog where she posted her poems, stories, and essays. She had many followers and friends who appreciated her talent and creativity.

But she also had a cyberbully who hated her. He was a classmate of Neha who was jealous of her popularity and success. He wanted to bring her down and make her feel miserable.

He started to harass her online. He posted nasty comments on her blog, calling her names and mocking her work. He created fake accounts and sent her hateful messages. He spread rumors and lies about her on social media. He hacked into her email and deleted her files. He even threatened to harm her physically if she didn't stop writing.

Neha was terrified and hurt by his actions. She tried to ignore him and block him, but he always found a way to reach her. She didn't know who he was or why he was doing this to her. She felt alone and helpless.

She started to lose her confidence and joy. She stopped writing and posting on her blog. She isolated herself from her friends and family. She became depressed and anxious.

One day, she decided to end her pain. She wrote a suicide note on her blog, saying goodbye to everyone and asking for forgiveness. She then hanged herself in her room.

Her parents found her body and were shocked and heartbroken. They read her note and learned about the cyberbullying. They reported it to the police and demanded justice.

The police investigated the case and traced the cyberbully's IP address. They found out that it belonged to Ravi, Neha's classmate. They arrested him and searched his computer. They found evidence of his cyberstalking, hacking, and defamation of Neha.

He confessed to his crimes and expressed his remorse. He said he didn't mean to kill Neha, he just wanted to hurt her feelings.

But it was too late. He had already destroyed a life and a dream.

He was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He had to live with the guilt and shame of his actions for the rest of his life.

The moral of the story is: Cyberbullying is a serious crime that can have fatal consequences. It can ruin someone's mental health and self-esteem. It can also lead to legal action and punishment. We should never bully or harass anyone online or offline. We should respect each other's dignity and rights.

The end.
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