teenagers favorite online game Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds PUBG is banned in PAKISTAN for temporarily

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teenagers favorite online game Player Unknown’s (PUBG) is banned in PAKISTAN for temporarily  

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) suspended Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG),

PTA Official Tweet About pubg banned in pakistan

a popular online multiplayer game played by millions of people in the country. PTA took this step after “receiving criticisms from all sectors of society.”

An announcement from the authorities said: “PTA received many complaints about PUBG, which

said that game is addictive, waste of time, and seriously affects children’s physical and psychological health.”

PTA Official Tweet About pubg banned in pakistan

According to the media reports, many suicidal cases also linked to the PUBG game. “Lahore High Court also instructed PTA to explore the issue and make a decision after hearing the complainant’s opinion. To this end, a hearing will be held on July 9, 2020.”

PTA Official Tweet About pubg banned in pakistan

The highest telecommunications authority in the country also decided to seek advice from the public with the above online game. It further stated that in this matter public is expectant to provide

their feedback through consulting-pubg@pta.gov.pk before July 10, 2020, and let us know what they think about it.

pubg banned in pakistan
pubg banned in pakistan

10-Grade student committ suicide:

Previous month, a 10th-grade student committed suicide at Gulshan-e-Abbass phase II in Lahore. The boy found hanging in his room. While searching the room, the police also found a

smartphone next to the body and the PUBG game application was running on his cell phone.

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His parents also confirmed to the police that they had disallowed the boy from playing games.

SSP wrote a letter to Punjab government:

After the confrontation, a letter to the Punjab Police Headquarters (IGP) on Saturday called for the ban on this popular

online game because this type of conflict between kids and parents was already in the news.

SSP Liaqat Ali Malik wrote this letter according to the instructions of CCPO Zulfiqar Hameed. It mentions that online video games have an overwhelming consequence on the mental

health of teenagers, and two suicides reported in the city one after another. 

PTA claims, this game is addictive, waste of time, and seriously harmful affect children’s health.

It pointed out that excessive violence triggers are becoming the reason for young people’s

aggressive behavior and make them addicted to games. CCPO stated that the game should ban and a publicity movement should launch for the awareness.

How To Unblock Pubg in Pakistan

How To Unblock Pubg in Pakistan

1. Download VPN:

Download Any Vpn From these Links.
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2. Install VPN:

After Installation, VPN will change your ip address and you location.

3. Click On PUBG game Icon:

After the installation of VPN, Click on pubg game icon

4. Start The Match

When your match will start, you just need to turn off your VPN and enjoy your game.

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