11-year-old child reached High Court, demanding a banned PUBG game:
- Demanding the fast against the popular online game PUBG
- 11-year-old child filed a petition in Bombay High Court through his mother
- Demand for Child – PUBG on Ban, Government Monitoring Online Content
- Last month PM Modi did in the ‘Discussion of the discussion’ program mentioning PUBG
Parents are increasingly worried about online game PUBG, which is becoming increasingly popular among teens today. An 11-year-old child has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court against this addictive game. This child named Ahad Nizam has filed a public interest petition through his mother in the High Court.
Ahad has said in his petition that this game is making the children angry and violent, and many children are also hunting for cyber bullying due to this. The lawyer of the petitioner Tanveer Nizam said, “The petition has also been asked to give a direction to the central government, under which an online Ethics Review Committee should be formed, which will monitor such violent content coming online.”
PUBG is an online multiplayer game in the player Unknown Battleground or Short. In it, two or more partners play a game with a Battlefield background. While tuners are going crazy in this game, parents are disturbed by the fact that their children have become accustomed to this game. For a long time, demand for bans on this game is also being done.
When Modi did mention referring to PUBG,
The game recently came to the discussion when a troubled mother expressed her problem with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the ‘Examination Discussion’ program, the lady told PM Modi that her son is addicted to this game. On this, Modi asked Tattak, ‘what is this man’s job?’ Asking them so much, the whole hall echoed with the laughs.