Why PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite banned in India?
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology in India did not want to compromise the country’s security. Players can find the statement regarding this on the official PUBG website.
PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were subsequently removed from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India. However, players were able to enjoy the pre-installed battle royale titles. This was a source of confusion among many fans. Even though the Indian government banned the games, the servers were working. In October 2020, the servers were finally shut down.
The Indian government prohibited this portable amusement and other Chinese apps citing reasons of security and security.
“Protecting client information has continuously been a beat need and we have continuously complied with pertinent information assurance laws and controls in India. All users’ gameplay data is handled in a straightforward way as unveiled in our security policy,” the company said in its articulation.
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Also, Banning 59 Chinese apps a ‘digital strike’, says Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Hailing the “strong” leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr. Prasad asserted that “if India lost 20 soldiers in the Galwan Valley border clash, the toll is twofold on the Chinese side” which was likely the reason the Chinese government had not made any open announcement of casualty figures.
“When people from China tried to create pressure on LAC [Line of Actual Control], our soldiers gave them a befitting reply … if our 20 jawans have sacrificed their lives, the toll is double on the Chinese side. You all must have noticed that they have not come out with any figure,” Mr. Prasad said. He added that “nowadays we only hear of two ‘Cs’, coronavirus and China.”