Fawad Chaudhry Opposes PTA’s Decision to Ban Popular Game PUBG in Pakistan

 Fawad Chaudhry Opposes PTA’s Decision to Ban Popular Game PUBG in Pakistan

Its been almost two weeks now since the Popular Game PUBG got banned in Pakistan by PTA. Although it is a temporary suspension, nothing has been done regarding the restoration of the game as of yet now! Many Influential People especially the Social Media Geeks are protesting for the restoration of the game. Fawad Chaudhry Opposes PTA’s Decision to Ban Popular Game PUBG in Pakistan.

Recently, Player Unknown’s Battle Ground, famously known as PUBG was banned by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) as they received plenty of complaints from different sections of the society.

Why Ban PUBG?

The PTA claimed that the game is endangering lives of young people and children by increasing the level of anxiety and depression due to its addictive nature. It also has a potential negative impact on children’s physical and psychological health.

Moreover, the spate of suicides led to the government taking the step to ban PUBG. Around three suicides were linked to the PUBG in Pakistan. The excessive and devastating impact of the game on youngsters which lead them to kill themselves made the PTA ban the online game!

Fawad Chaudhry Opposes PTA’s Decision to Ban Popular Game PUBG in Pakistan

Earlier today, Fawad Chaudhry, Federal Minister for Science and Technology has said that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) should not force a ban on the popular multiplayer online battle game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).

People are already Voicing their Grave Concerns saying that Banning the Game is an Extreme Step. Similarly, a young girl took it to her Twitter to raise her voice against the PUBG Ban!

Fawad Responded to the tweet of that girl by saying that “Well I against all kinds of general bans, such attitude is killing tech industry we cannot afford such bans, I hope concerned minister @SyedAminulHaque ll take note of this ban and PTA ll be instructed not to encourage such bans as it hinders tech growth in the long run”. 

Three Consecutive Suicides reported due to the EAGERNESS of this online game. In most of the case Parents or Family Prohibit the Children from Playing the game which led them to Grave Depression and Eventually Commits Suicide!

Also Read: Popular Game PUBG Temporarily Banned in Pakistan: Angry Reaction on Social Media

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