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Police bans PUBG for Rajkot Citizens, Won't Be Able To Play PUBG From March 9

In a major step towards stalling rising hostility among teenagers Rajkot Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal sent out a notice to ban PUBG in the city, saying that the game was making people violent.

"Due to increasing violen…

In a major step towards stalling rising hostility among teenagers Rajkot Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal sent out a notice to ban PUBG in the city, saying that the game was making people violent.

"Due to increasing violent behaviour of children and the youth, who were addictive to the game, we have imposed the ban," Mr. Aggarwal added.


According to reports , the ban will start on March 9 and end on April 30.
 Police are entiltled to take into custody any one who plays PUBG, it shall be a criminal offence under the Central Government Act under Section 188.

On January 23, the Gujarat government had written to the Central Government requesting a permanent ban on the mobile game. 

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