Even as gamers around the country are gearing up for the release of the much-awaited PUBG replacement ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India’, an Arunachal Pradesh MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) has written to the Prime Minister to ban the game in the country.
MLA Ninong Ering tweeted the letter addressing the Prime Minister to “not allow Chinese deception” and called it a “big threat to (the) security of India and privacy of our citizens”. Calling the re-launch a way to “circumvent and disregard” the country’s laws, Ering also tagged the Home Minister in the tweet along with hashtags such as Nation First and Aatma Nirbhar Bharat.
Requested @PMOIndia @narendramodi ji to not allow Chinese deception #BattlegroundsMobileIndia. It is a big threat to security of India & privacy of our citizens and a way to circumvent & disregard our laws.@AmitShah #IndiaBanBattlegrounds #NationFirst #AatmaNirbharBharat @ANI pic.twitter.com/H8nzUJ4aRk
— Ninong Ering (@ninong_erring) May 22, 2021
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