The hugely popular online multi-player game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, popularly known as PUBG, will be banned in Gujarat’s schools, the state primary education department said in a circular on Tuesday.
@sarbanandsonwal sir why don't you ban PUBG in Assam as its badly effecting study of children as well as teenagers also.
— Sangita Nath (@Sangita27487531) January 25, 2019
Parents play Candy Crush no one bats an eye, Kids play PUBG and everyone looses their minds.
— uc_human (@uc_human) January 25, 2019
Many youngsters lost their jobs.
Some divorce cases have been filed.
Now poor performance of students in exams due to spending more time in this game.
*Gujrat & jammu are among 1st to put a ban on PuBG mobile.*
— Bhavna Bajaj (@bhavna_bajaj) January 24, 2019
Research studies around the world have found no relation between gaming and it's effects on success of students academically. Gujarat banning PUBG is plain preposterous. Games ignite creativity which schools have failed to do. The government has absolutely no right to do this.
— Gaurav Shetty (@gauravshetty4) January 25, 2019
— ARJIT (@vermaarjit007) January 24, 2019
Gujarat pubg ban 😑😑😑 pic.twitter.com/wCgIbqU8g7
— Abhi Mishra 😉😉 (@410Mishra) January 24, 2019