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PlayerUnknown's battlefields (PUBG) Mobile has been raging among teenagers and young adults since its launch in 2017 around the world, including in India. But, there is also a nuance of negativity. Although the completion of a mission and the chicken dinner bring joy to players and friends, it also makes a person addictive, avoids social life and ends up harming those around him.
At last tidbits, a 10-year-old boy from Jalandhar, a Punjab city, India, had become so addicted to the Royal Battle Game that he stole his father's debit card to buy a computer controller. game and make an integrated purchase. on PUBG Mobile and ended up whistling 50,000 rupees from the bank account.
His father was shocked to find that 50,000 rupees had been debited from the bank account and that he had not even received the one-time password on his cell phone number, which could have been To help avoid the illegal transaction. He then filed a complaint with the local Cyber Police Station and found that the money had been transferred to an electronic Paytm wallet and then used to purchase skins and custom suits on PUBG Mobile as well a game controller keyboard.
The investigator was able to locate the culprit as the son of the 15-year-old plaintiff and, when questioned, confessed to the crime. Apparently, the kid made the transaction late at night and knowingly removed the OTP from his father's cell phone so that he did not know it and transferred the money to his friend's Paytm account. However, he did not realize that all transactions made online can be easily followed, even if OTPs are removed from his mobile.
As the culprit was his own son, the complainant dropped the charges.
It is only one of many reported incidents in India. It is even worse that children have committed suicide, their parents having refused to buy a smartphone for them to play PUBG Mobile. Recently, a husband attacked his future brother-in-law because he could not help find a charger cable because he had emptied the battery of his mobile phone while playing PUBG Mobile.
Police in Rajkot city in Gujarat imposed a total ban on PUBG Mobile in the city for two months. Rajkot City Police / Twitter (screen capture)
Last week, two cities – Rajkot and Surat – Gujarat, a western state of India, banned PUBG Mobile from March 9 to April 30, with academic exams taking place during this period.
Offenders will be liable under section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Act of 1973 (Act No. 1 of 1974) and section 37-3 of the Criminal Offenses Act. Gujarat police under the Rajkot City Police Act in Rajkot City. view of public safety and security, read the circular.