Playing PUBG Can Put You Behind Bars

Playing PUBG Can Put You Behind Bars - Sakshi Post

Popular online mobile game, Player Unknown Battle Ground or most commonly known as PUBG has finished one year since its inception and has gained a lot of popularity over the year. Of late, it many cities across India started banning the game.

Many steps have been legally taken in many cities on demand related to banning it in India.

It was banned at the behest of the Rajkot Police and after this many cities have taken similar steps. The Rajkot Police commissioner Manoj Agarwal said that the ban started on March 9 and will go on till March 30.

Some areas of Bhavnagar and Gir Somnath have also banned the game citing reasons like bad impact and danger for children. The District Magistrates of both the districts have issued orders in this regard.

During this ban, Under the Section 188, one can be sent to Jail in the ban is not adhered to. Section 188 applies when someone violates the instructions issued by the legal entity. However, in the beginning it will be flexible with some conditions.

However, the policemen are excluded from this ban because they may need to play games or open during the investigation.

It has been added to this ban that violence in the game has been promoted and it has a bad effect on players.

A lot of people showed their opinions on Social media, Many of whom were against the Ban.

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