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PUBG Mobile ban Notice: Chandigarh Lawyer Files PIL in High Court of India

PUBG Mobile is one of the mobile games, which rapidly growing and achieve a No.1 battle royal mobile platform game. They have seen an Enormous growth and soon became a sensation in India. Everyone loves this game but there is a dark side showing addiction to the game. Where People start losing lives, especially kids because they stop focusing on other important things and Miss-concentration.

Recently, PUBG Mobile temporarily banned in multiple regions including India in Gujrat and there were multiple issues in 2019. Now, a Chandigarh based Lawyer filed a PIL against PUBG Mobile Seekin a Ban. This is not the First time when some case filed against PUBG Mobile, Whereas PUBG Mobile, takes action to give a warning pop-up dialogue message if you were playing PUBG Mobile for a long time.

Chandigarh Lawyer, advocate HC Arora Files PIL against PUBG Mobile in Punjab and Haryana High Court.

According to Lawyer’s name Advocate, HC Arora compare PUBG Mobile in his PIL With drugs and he said “School going children who are losing interest in studies have become addicted to the game. The parents of such children are helpless. In case they insist the children to stop playing it, they become aggressive and go into depression.”

The PIL was approached in Haryana High Court and Punjab high Cour (India), this case forwarded to Union ministry of electronics and information technology (MeitY). According to VL Trivedi (Director of Cyber laws and Security at the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology for a Decision says, “The high court’s direction to consider and make a decision representation for banning “PUBG” is under examination by the ministry.”

Additionally, Kids were spending major time with playing PUBG Mobile and multiple cases were suggesting Childer getting aggressive when their parent disturbance during the game or asked for something by their guardians. It is recommended to play a game for a limited time but it seems like PUBG Mobile ban either not the best decision.

Quoted ‘addicted to violence” and ompares game to drugs.

According to HC Arora, His Childer addicted to Violence due to more involvement of PUBG Mobile game. Which seems to be drug addiction and this might destroy the youth of India especially in a state like Punjab “School going children who are losing interest in studies have become addicted to the game. The parents of such children are helpless. In case they insist the children to stop playing it, they become aggressive and go into depression,”

We believe it is not a valid point to look into it. Some people were addictive with Mobile, Social media, Food, Watching Web-Series or Movie among more internet usages.

It is more important to educate children in school and Gaming content creator need to pay attention to their viewer because the majority of the Viewer was underage 30-year-old. Even the parent has not to provide a personal smartphone before they complete at least Class 10th and further they need to educate them the right use of the Mobile device.

Read Also: PUBG Mobile upcoming Erangel 2.0, throw melee weapons feature confirm.

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