Lahore High Court (LHC) made a prominent decision of letting the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to decide over PUBG Ban in Pakistan.
As per the details, a division bench of the Lahore High Court (LHC) headed by Justice Atir Mahmood heard an appeal requesting a restriction on a well known web-based game from a resident, Faizan Maqsood over its negative effect on kids.
The appeal stated that the Player Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) has welcomed a contrary effect on the characters of kids as it is a wellspring of expanding rough propensity among them.
The Player Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) has additionally left a negative effect on the dynamic capacity of kids, the appeal reads. The Lahore High Court (LHC) was solicited to arrange expulsion from the web-based game from the Play Store application.
The court in the wake of tuning in to the contentions coordinated the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to choose the issue in 6 weeks.
It is appropriate to make reference to here that Pakistan would not be the primary nation to boycott the game if the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) rules for the appeal documented in the Lahore High Court (LHC).
In July 2019, Jordan restricted the colossally well known however severe internet game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, referring to its “negative impacts” on the realm’s residents.
Regularly compared to the blockbuster book and film arrangement “The Hunger Games”, Player Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) sets marooned characters in opposition to one another in a virtual battle until the very end, and has gotten one of the world’s most well known mobile games.
A source in Jordan’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority cautioned the game “left negative impacts on its users, which prompted it’s being officially blocked”.
The move encouraged other countries such as Iraq, Nepal, the Indian territory of Gujarat, and the Indonesian region of Aceh to ban Player Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG).
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