PUBG banned in Ahmedabad, no more chicken dinner

Evarado Alatorre
Marcha 15, 2019

Now, the Ahmedabad police have issued a notification prohibiting the game from March 14 till the midnight of March 28. "People have been booked but there is nothing like an arrest in it", Agarwal said.

As if it wasn't odd enough for the state government to lump a multiplayer game together with an online hoax as a cause of violence, it's also only taking these threats to the fabric of society seriously from March 9 until April 30 this year.

The detained teenagers were taken into custody but later released with a warning, said Manoj Agrawal, police commissioner of Rajkot city in Gujarat on Thursday. "This game is highly addictive and the accused were so engrossed in playing them that they could not even notice our team approaching them", SOG police inspector Rohit Raval told the publication.

Other Gujarat cities that are enforcing a PUBG ban right now include Bhavnagar, Gir Somnath, and Surat, according to International Business Times.

Rajkot police have banned PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and the Momo Challenge in an effort to curb violent behavior among youth, which has unfortunately resulted in the arrest of 10 PUBG players just recently.

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Three of the men were arrested on Wednesday, "Our team caught these youths red-handed".

Local police in Rajkot, India have arrested at least 10 citizens who violated a temporary ban on PUBG Mobile.

"Police checked their mobile to see if the PUBG game was running and also checked the history in their handset".

After that report, another six people were arrested today - a group "undergraduate students and their young friends who are doing private jobs". "Keeping in mind public safety security and to maintain law and order, I hereby impose a ban on playing PUBG game/MOMO challenge", reads the notification, which was issued on directions from the Gujarat state government following a PUBG ban in Gujarat primary schools in February.

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