Why PUBG is requested to ban in J&K?
PUBG or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is an online multiplayer battle royale game from Bluehole Corporation.
PUBG is getting more popular in India. Teenagers, as well as elementary school students, are into it.
The game is adversely affecting the behavior of students.PUBG is also responsible for the addictive nature of the students nowadays.
In J&K, a gym trainer was badly addicted to the game so much so that he started fighting with people and lost his mental balance.
Another case of PUBG addiction came from the student results.
Deputy chairman Raqif Makhdoomi said “The game should be ban immediately after the poor performance of 10th and +2 classes.
Also, J&K students association chairman Abrar Ahmed Bhat termed PUBG as “Future Spoiler”.
In Mumbai, an 18-year-old boy committed suicide after arguing with his parents, who denied a new mobile phone for playing PUBG Mobile. He requested his parents to buy a new phone worth 37,000 INR but his parents denied giving not more than 20,000 INR. Feeling furious, the teenager hanged himself from the ceiling fan in the kitchen.
The case of this accidental death has been registered by the police and now the investigation is in progress.
Recently, an 11-year-old boy filed a plea through his mother requesting the Mumbai High Court to ban PUBG.
PUBG ban is not the solution. It’s all up to you and teenagers who generally spend half of their time playing PUBG.
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