Islamabad High Court has deny the PTA’s decision To Ban PUBG. The decision said that in the light of the Lahore High Court’s directive, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority had decided to ban BUBG after a detailed hearing on 09 July , PTA was informed that other interested parties also participated in the hearing but the PUBG management did not cooperate. The PUBG management was asked about the sessions and the number of users in Pakistan.
PTA said it sought details of the controls imposed by the company but received no response. The PTA had banned PUBG after complaints from citizens. The company, which controls PUBG in Pakistan, had filed the petition. However, the Islamabad High Court has ordered that PTA restore the PUBG game immediately. It may be recalled that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority had banned the ‘PUBG’ game due to its negative effects on the mental and physical health of children.
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A notification was issued by PTA stating that PUBG game has been banned in the country. The press release said that the game is having a negative impact on the mental and physical health of children. According to the PTA, many teenagers are committing suicide due to the game while it is wasting the time and health of the youth.
PTA said that now the parents and the people will be asked for their views on what they have to say in this regard. PUBG fans, on the other hand, have begun planning a sit-in against the game’s ban. Social media users were reacting against the ban on the popular game PUBG but now the fans have decided to hold a sit-in against the ban.