Act to be enacted in this state to ban 'online games'

Indore:  Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra said that online games are a serious issue. Due to the fire game, sad cases are coming to the fore. To put a stop to these, we are bringing the Online Games Act in MP, whose draft has been prepared. Very soon they are going to make it a reality. On Wednesday itself, a class 5 student committed suicide by hanging himself in Bhopal. Parents say that the child was used to playing Free Fire game on the phone.

The same Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra said that Madhya Pradesh government is going to implement Online Gaming Control Act soon in view of incidents like suicides of children due to online gaming including free fire. Its draft has been prepared. It will be presented in the proposed budget session of the Legislative Assembly in February-March 2022. Action can be taken against companies operating online gaming if the law is implemented.

On Wednesday itself, 11-year-old Suryansh Ojha, a resident of Shankaracharya Nagar of Bajaria police station area of ​​Bhopal, hanged himself in the house. Suryansh was addicted to playing the free fire game. He used to play free fire game in grandfather's phone. Due to this, the family members had scolded him many times. Police have not found any suicide note on the spot. The habit of the game is being said in the police investigation. It is being said that due to the displeasure of the family members, Suryansh used to play games in secret.

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