PUBG Claims Jagtial Boy’s Life

Sagar (20), file image - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: The PUBG game claimed a life of a Telangana boy, on Thursday, while undergoing treatment at a private hospital.  Sagar (20), hailing from the Rajaram Palli, Velgaturur mandal, Jagirtyal was addicted to the game since the past 45 days. He was playing the game day in and day out, which started out as a simple habit. As he spent most of his time on the game, his nerves in the neck were affected.

Later he was admitted to a private hospital in the Hyderabad. He underwent the treatment for five days, as the ailment got serious, he succumbed to his injuries. Friends of the deceased released a video with bedridden Sagar and explaining his plight. It is learned that this game is highly addictive and has wrecked the life of many youths.

In another instance, a college student wrote about the game instead of a theory from Economics, he was supposed to write. Later, the youth added that he was unable to forget the game even when he stopped playing it. People are demanding a ban on this game, which is said to be harming young minds.

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