J&K Student Association Demand’s Ban On PUBG. Says Game More Dangerous Than Drugs

The most popular game in the world PUBG right now should be banned in the state of Jammu, and Kashmir demands the Jammu and Kashmir Students Association (JKSA).

PUBG Addiction

The J&K students association have asked governor Satya Pal Malik to ban the game immediately. Students associations say the inability of students to face real-life circumstances as well the ordinary performance in the board exams. Chairman Abrar Ahmad Bhat call PUBG spoiler of future.

According to news 18, JSKA Deputy Chairman Raqif Makhdoomi said: “ The game should have been banned immediately after the poor performance of 12th and 10th class results, but still we haven’t seen any action. The addition to this game has become more concerning than addition to drugs as we get to see youngsters 24 hours on the mobile phones and playing the game and doing nothing.”

The six cases of PUBG addiction have been notified in the state itself.

PUBG Addiction

Before this some schools in Bengaluru warned parents about the ill effects of the PUBG on the health and studies after the case of mental health was reported.

Youth is seen getting engaged in the game a lot and spending significant time on the playing the game. China’s Online Gaming Ethics Review Committee had reportedly banned the game in December last year.