Thursday, July 2, 2020

Angry TikTok fans demand PUBG ban in India

Angry Tiktok fans have counter attacked PUBG lovers with the demand to ban the game in India. Currently, the hashtag #pubgban is trending on top on Twitter

 

New Delhi: The Government of India on Monday announced ban on 59 Chinese apps, including the video sharing social networking service TikTok. The decision came out in the wake of safety and privacy issues of crores of Indian mobile users as these apps has been considered “a threat to sovereignty and security of our country.”

While majority of apps have been completely banned, the famous Players Battle Ground aka PUBG mobile game hasn’t been enlisted by the government. This gave PUBG lovers the opportunity to troll TikTok fans and soon after a hilarious memefest came in action on Twitter.

Now, angry Tiktok fans have counter attacked PUBG lovers with the demand to ban the game in India. Currently, the hashtag #pubgban is trending on top on Twitter, check out some reactions:

“#pubgban What do u think about it? It’s funny when people want ban on tik tok but not on PUBG . HYPOCRISY KI BHI SIMA HOTI H,” a user tweeted.

Another user tweeted: “Still India being the top country in playing #PubG in the world, what is the use in congratulating when the apps like Pubg and certain other Chinese apps are still in use. I still find the below apps still in playstore, why so? #pubgban #ChineseAppBan @PMOIndia”

“This app should get banned too. #pubgban,” a user declared.

 

“#pubgban the answer says.:- YES it should be banned… its time to revenge… its showtime INDIA…..jai hindFlag of India…. at least for our martyrs????” an angry netizen mentioned.

“Yet not all my anger is out until you ban the prime app of all @PUBGMOBILE
from India. Most of @TencentGames’s gains are from this game. If it’s banned it will give a major blow to China.#pubgban #GovernmentOfIndia,” a user shared.

PUBG Mobile, which is developed by Chinese firm Tencent Holdings, wasn’t red-flagged by the Indian intelligence agencies and hence, the ban hasn’t been applied on the famous game.

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