11-year-old kid from Maharashtra requests Government to ban PUBG

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A four-page letter written by 11-year-old Ahad to the Government and other six offices requests a ban on the online game, PUBG. The reason of request was mentioned that the game promotes ‘immoral conduct, violence and murder.’

The appellate still seeks a response from the authority. Ahad, has furthered his intentions after now getting a response and has decided to file a Public Interest Litigation in the Bombay High Court.

Other than Ravi Shankar Prasad, Ministry of Electronics & IT, the letter has been marked to Education Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. Vinod Tawde. The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. Devendra Fadnavis is also a receipt of the appeal by Ahad.

PUBG is an internet sensation in India. Millions of users play this game online every day. The game has garnered such attention that even Prime Minister of India, Shree Narendra Modi recently acknowledged the popularity of the game at a conference.

 

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