Pakistan bans Pubg after receiving many complaints against it

Jul 02 2020 12:11 PM
Pakistan bans Pubg after receiving many complaints against it

Pakistan on Wednesday has taken major action on the popular online game PUBG. Under which Pakistan has banned this game. Pakistan has given a big blow to the game by banning PUBG. The country's telecommunications authority PTA has termed the PUBG game as harmful to the health of the players.

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority said in its statement that PTA has received several complaints against PUBG. Speaking about the game, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority said that this game is addictive, waste of time and has a serious negative impact on children's physical and psychological health. The same, 'PTA said that in some media reports, Pabji has been held responsible for the suicide cases. The PTA said in a statement that the Lahore High Court has also directed the PTA to look into the matter and take a decision after hearing the complainants. A hearing in this regard will be held on 9 July 2020.

According to Pakistani media, the youth take terrible steps due to not being able to complete their mission in the PUBG game. On June 24 in Pakistan, a 16-year-old boy committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan of his house in Hanjarwal area. The police had confirmed that a boy named Mohammad Zakaria had taken this step after not completing his mission while playing online games.

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