To “prevent children and adolescents from moral and social degradation,” the High Court today ordered the government to ban all “destructive” online games and applications like PUBG and Free Fire for the next three months. The court also issued an order for the government’s officials to explain why their failure to prohibit online games and applications. Apps like TikTok, Likee, Bigo Live, PUBG, and Free Fire should not deemed unlawful within 10 days.
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Following a court petition filed by Assistant Attorney General Golam Sarwar Payel requesting appropriate directions. The HC panel of Justice Mozibur Rahman Miah and Justice Kamrul Hossain Mollah issued the rule and decision.
Opinions On Tiktok, PUBG, And Free Fire Ban
According to a story published in the Bangladeshi newspaper Daily Manab Zamin in June 2021. Access to two of the most popular games is apparently being ban in Bangladesh. It has been making news in the country since both games are quite popular in the country. Also, many gamers and content creators have made a living from them.
PUBGM professional player MD “HUNGRYBOX” Ekramuzzaman commented on the ban. Saying, “Nowadays, when we are parenting our children, we are offering them with a lot of facilities like tablets and mobiles at a very young age. Which is not growing their conscience.” I’ve seen a few youngsters purposefully playing Minecraft while watching a YouTube stream. Never really comprehending what’s going on.”
Young people have grown addicted to online games and applications such as TikTok, Likee, Bigo Live, PUBG, and Free Fire, according to the petitioners. And as a result, social values, education, and culture have been impacted. The petitioners claim that youngsters are engaging in violent and immoral behavior as a result of their use of such online games and applications. And that such games and apps should be prohibited immediately.
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