Control on PUBG in India, The Government’s Answer on Most Angerman.Paramjit Singh Pamma of Delhi, who won the title of Most Englerman, wrote a letter to the government to put a ban on Pubg. The government’s response to this is evident from what kind of restrictions can be imposed on this game in the country.
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New Delhi, 08 July 2019, updated 16:48 IST
Paramjit Singh Pamma of Delhi, who won the title of Most Englerman, wrote a letter to the government to put a ban on Pubg. The government has responded on this. In this regard, the Central Electronics and Information Technology Ministry has said that strict measures will be taken for this. Central Human Resource Development Ministry, along with social media, will be written to ban a PubG game.
In June last year, the parents of Delhi’s parents led by Paramjeet Pamma had gathered on the Jantar-Mantar of the capital, demanding a ban on online game PUBG, being made to be a favorite in children. All of the protesters under the banner of the National Akali Dal had demanded a ban on the pubg.
Parents in this Protest had said that online games such as PUBG and Fortnite have not only affect children but also have trouble for the elderly. These games have also taken the lives of many children. Parents protested against Jantar Mantar, under the leadership of Paramjit Singh Pamma, President of the National Akali Dal, who was named the most angry person in the country. After the Protest, a memorandum was sent to various concerned ministries including Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. Party workers burnt the mobile game dolls too. In response to this letter, the Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has written to them that the Ministry is working in this direction.
In this case Paramjit Singh Pamma said that in this matter the government has taken cognition, it is a matter of great happiness. These games are becoming popular in children across the country, due to this the children’s future is going on in the trough. Not only this, they are also taking the children to the path of death. I did this because I had protested, even after Protest, I wrote the Ministry of Child Welfare, Ministry of Human Resource Development and Central Electronics and Information Technology Ministry etc.
Pamma said that the Guardian was scared by the recent incident in Madhya Pradesh. A 16-year-old teenager dies after heart attack, after playing a game and losing in it. Pamma said that if such type of games were not stopped at the time then it could be even more dangerous for the youngsters.
We are demanding that even in the future, such games should not be started in the country. A large number of demonstrators including Delhi’s parents including Daljeet Singh Chaggar, Bindia Malhotra, Ashok Chowk, Usha Nischal Gurpal Singh, Manjeet Singh, Jasvir Singh Sarna, Rashmi Kaur Bindra, Shankar Gogiya and Jitin Sohar took part in the meeting.
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