PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG ban in Pakistan will be lifted soon, according to Pakistani television host and social media personality Waqar Zaka, who is fighting against PUBG in the Sindh High Court.
As stated by Waqar Zaka, the PUBG ban in Pakistan is about to be lifted, in one of his YouTube videos, in which he asked fans to use the hashtag #PUBGKaJawabDou and asked everyone to tag the IT minister. Sindh Aminul Haque, Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Press Release: In view of complaints received from different segments of society, PTA has decided to temporarily suspend the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game. pic.twitter.com/ZUea4G277k
— PTA (@PTAofficialpk) July 1, 2020
He asked everyone to mark them for their opinion on the PUBG ban in the country, and according to the social media influencer, the multiplayer game PUBG was almost unlimited in the coming days.
In related news, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) also upheld its ruling yesterday (July 14, 2020), asking the PTA about the law banning online gambling.
PTA lawyers informed the court that the PUBG ban in Pakistan, following a report by Lahore Capital City police officer (CCPO), Zulfiqar Hameed, had issued judge Amir Farooq after reports of suicide cases because the PUBG game had negative psychological effects Effects on children.
Judge Amir Farooq answered whether the telecommunications authority would ban everything at the police officer’s suggestion and why a real psychologist was not consulted on the matter.
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