Last week, on September 2, the government of India banned 118 Chinese applications including the popular gaming app . The ban has come in effect because of the current India-China border dispute. Television celebrities on Indian government ban PUBG. In a statement released, the government of India said that the “decision is a targeted move to ensure safety, security, and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace.”
PUBG, which is quite a popular app especially amongst the youth of the country, is said to have around 50 million users in India. The ban was welcomed by everyone for the safety and security of the country. Here’s how some celebrities praised the move:
Television celebrities on Indian government ban PUBG:
It is neither my area of interest, nor I have any knowledge about it, but still whatever is good for the security of the nation, is good for me.
Honestly, I am also someone who was quite addicted to PUBG for a while, during the lockdown. Everything is fine within a limit so as long as you are not getting addicted to it, it was ok. I support the government’s decision of the PUBG ban, and I have heard that the game is banned in a couple of other countries as well. I am sure if such a decision is taken there is a good reason behind it. People used to spend a lot of time playing the game, and even I used to do it during the lockdown, but fortunately, I know how to control my addiction and where to draw a line.
I never played the game, but I have seen and heard of many people who were obsessed with it. They used to even post videos of their games on YouTube as well. It was a total waste of time and instead of spending hours on the game, the youth should instead focus on productive things. I think it was a waste of time. The youth should instead focus on productive things. I completely support the government’s decision of the ban. Luckily, I am not too fond of games, so I never got addicted to any game.
Honestly, I have no idea about PUBG. Nobody around me played the game, but I have heard that a lot of people were addicted to it. I support the ban, anything for the security of our country. I used to play a game called Temple Run, but it was never an addiction, whenever I had the time or I was free, then I would play it, otherwise I am not that into games.
Thank God, I don’t have any addiction to PUBG or any other game. My younger brother was addicted to this game and it’s so good that it has been banned now. I stand by the government’s decision of the ban. I used to get very irritated whenever I saw people playing this game.
I have read about the India-China border dispute, and I completely support the ban, especially because of the security and safety of the nation. I don’t play games and have never been addicted to one, but I have seen a lot of people playing PUBG wherever they feel like. So this ban is good for the youth, now they can concentrate on productive things.
I am in favor of the government’s decision to ban PUBG. I was addicted to the game and used to play it from 2 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. every day during the lockdown, but since the shoots started I hardly got any time to play it. So, it’s all good.
I think the government’s decision on the ban of PUBG is good. Moreover, I was genuinely concerned about so many people wasting so much precious time on such addictions. I am not addicted to any game, but I enjoy this simple game called 4 pictures and 1 word.
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