Players Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the famous web based game, on Sunday apparently killed another young person in Lahore.
As indicated by police, the little youngster matured 16 having a place with the Ichhra neighborhood, ended it all subsequent to being halted by the family from playing the ‘addictive’ web based game. The most recent occurrence of self destruction was trailed by two passing of little youngsters in the Punjab’s capital prior in June, where a 20-year-old took his own life in Saddar Bazaar zone in North Cantonment and a 16-year-old guaranteed his own life in Gulshan-e-Abbas Phase 2 neighborhood.
Shehryar’s sibling Shoaib advised examiners that they have a place with Quetta and his sibling was a junkie of the web based game. On June 1, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had restricted PUBG, referring to a few grievances about it being “addictive”, an exercise in futility and its expected negative effect on youngsters’ physical and mental well being.
Be that as it may, following gathering with the organization’s delegate a month ago the PTA had chosen to lift the restriction on PUBG. “Keeping in see the positive commitment and reaction of the organization, the PTA has chosen to unban PUBG,” the official proclamation had said.