Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile is one of the most loved games in Pakistan right now with people of all age groups hooked to the battle royale game.
Following a few deaths of teenagers due to the game, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has banned PUBG Mobile temporarily. PTA announced the news in a press release on Wednesday.
In view of complaints received from different segments of society, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has decided to temporarily suspend the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game. PTA has received numerous complaints against PUBG wherein it is stated that the game is addictive, wastage of time and poses serious negative impact on physical and psychological health of the children.
The move hasn’t been received well among the teenagers and PUBG lovers are taking to Twitter to vent out their frustration.
Let’s have a look at what they are saying on social media:
— BABAR (@Babar__says) July 2, 2020
— Z A I B I (@iamShahzaib_2) July 2, 2020
— Ali_Hassan (@AliHass15411786) July 2, 2020
— Aliya (@AliyaIffat25) July 2, 2020
— Dhaniya_Podina (@dhaniya_podina) July 2, 2020
history, there was a country filled with injustice, cruelty, nepotism, corruption, mafia, power in the wrong hands, lies, criminals, killings of Innocents and thousand of cases pending to solve in Court but their Court decided to ban a game. @PTAofficialpk @PTI#pubgban
— Mohammad Hmxa 🥀 (@hmXa_41) July 2, 2020
According to them young generation is not committing suicide due to society pressure,unemployment, wrong parenting,study burden,mental torturing but they are suiciding due to #PUBG . Dear PTA u have destroyed future of many young ones who made there future in gaming.#pubgban pic.twitter.com/VfAQAl7PUW
— Sumra 🇵🇰 (@Bugs__Bunnyyy) July 2, 2020
PUBG players right now:
— J U N A I D (@JunaidTvveets) July 2, 2020
— wastingmytime (@Arslan62572201) July 2, 2020
2020 has been hard.
— Junaid Hanif🦊 (@junaidH38626718) July 2, 2020
Mothers are finally happy.
— Iffi Awan.🇵🇰 (@Iffi59360064) July 2, 2020
Others are in favor of the ban.
— Humza Dastgeer (@iamhumzadastgir) July 2, 2020
Finally this nonsense app is banned in Pakistan. I don't know whether it is temporary or permanent. It is just a waste of time to play Pubg
— Ali imtiaz #EveryLifeMatter (@ali1mtiaz) July 2, 2020
Some are asking for a ban on TikTok as well.
— Mr.Rajpoot (@MrRajpoot008) July 2, 2020
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