Indian Defense News | 03/07/2020 09:48 AM | Click to read full article
Pakistan on Wednesday announced that it was temporarily banning the popular online battle game PUBG, terming it as addictive and a wastage of time. The decision was taken after a 16-year-old boy committed suicide in Hanjarwal area on June 26. As the news crossed the border, some Indians also demanded the same action from the Modi government.
The multiplayer game allows players from all over the world to compete against each other. Players attack and kill each other in the game and the more you win, the higher you rank.