PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is the most popular online gaming and PUBG is constantly making some news but the bad one. Recently a Jalandhar boy robbed ₹50,000 from his father account.
A few days ago Rajkot Police has issued a notification to ban PUBG from March 9th to April 30th. Anyone caught playing the game will be charged under the Central Government Act under Section 188.
Since then, ten people have been caught playing the banned game. Out of 10, three of them were arrested as were found playing the game near Rajkot Police headquarters.
They were taken into custody and their mobile phones were seized for further investigation. Out of 3, One work in a private firm, other is casual labour and a graduate student looking for work.
Prior to this Rajkot taluka police also arrested six college students playing PUBG.
According to News 18, Rajkot taluka police inspector V S Vanzara said:
“As part of a special drive, police sub-inspector N D Damor arrested the six youths who were playing the game at tea stalls and fast-food joints outside a college on Kalavad road on Tuesday. Police checked their mobile to see if the PUBG game was running and also checked the history in their handset. We have filed six different cases against them”
Rajkot Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal said to news 18:
It is a bailable offence. People have been booked but there is nothing like arrest in it. In the procedure, they will be shown as immediately bailed out by police. The case will go to the courts and there will be a trial for not following the notification issued.