The Punjab police have made up our minds in idea to ship suggestions to the federal and provincial governments for putting a whole ban on the ‘unhealthy’ fashionable on-line recreation PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). The resolution has been taken in view of the tragic incident that came about in Kahna closing week during which a teenage boy, hooked on PUBG, allegedly shot lifeless his personal mom along side 3 siblings, stated a spokesperson.
“Due to video video games like PUBG, a number of incidents of firing have come to the sunshine and because of this the police division has made up our minds to hunt assist from the federal government for banning the PUBG,” the spokesperson stated. According to the Punjab Police, the ban will assist the regulation enforcement companies (LEAs) in trimming the emerging pattern of firing and incitement to violence but even so protective the younger era from the “destructive” results of such video games.
Punjab Police Seeks Ban on ‘Dangerous’ Online Game PUBG
He stated that all through the initial investigation of the case in query, police got here to grasp that 18-year-old suspect Ali Zain used to be an addict to the PUBG recreation and used to reside in entire isolation in his room.
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Sharing findings of the investigators, the spokesperson stated that the alleged killer were given within the PUBG recreation thru scholars residing in an academic hostel and he began residing an imaginary twin existence. Under the affect of this recreation, Zain allegedly shot lifeless his mom, who used to be a woman well being employee through occupation, two sisters and one elder brother, he added.
Terming PUBG “very unhealthy” for the psychological building of the formative years because the avid gamers need to get themselves considering violent actions to finish the duty(s). He asked folks to observe the actions in their kids and save you them from enticing in any adverse job.
He additional stated that the case used to be being probed from all sides and they’d make sure that the accused will get serious punishment from the court docket of regulation. In 2020, former Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Zulfiqar Hameed had additionally asked then Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Shoaib Dastgir for putting a whole ban on PUBG after a 16-year-old boy allegedly dedicated suicide through striking himself from a ceiling fan when he “ignored his venture”.
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Source: Business Recorder