Judge writes to Prime Minister to ban online gambling – Free Fire and PUBG India | India News

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NEW DELHI: Highlighting the negative impact of online games to which many children are becoming increasingly addicted, an additional district judge called for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interference to ban them in the country.
AJO Naresh Kumar Laka, himself a father of two, wrote to the Prime Minister asking him to ban two online games – Free Fire and PUBG India on the line of the government’s previous decision to ban PUBG Mobile
“The citizen of the country appreciated your action in banning the notorious game namely PUBG Mobile (Player Unknown Battle Grounds) which caused devastating adverse effects on children’s development. But recently two similar games namely Free Fire (Garena Free Fire – Rampage) and PUBG India (Battle Grounds Mobile India) which are easily available on Google Play, also have a negative impact on children like the previous PUBG, ”ADJ said in his letter to the Prime Minister.
Laka said that children today spend long hours playing such games and they are more and more addicted to these games, which disrupts their daily life and also affects their family and social behavior with less time. ‘interaction with their siblings or other family members. . He said a law should be drafted to restrict children’s exposure to online games.
“It is a well-known fact that children are the nation’s assets, but games make our children machines that lose their human feelings. An argument is usually made by the owners of such gaming apps that it is the parent’s choice. or for children to choose or select or delete anything on the internet {in this free world} but in the current scenario, this right to liberty results in an imbalance in the true development of children, who now lose patience and instill an aggressive and negative attitude, “he said.
“The right to liberty does not imply ‘absolute freedom’, but it must be restricted whenever it causes unrest or disagreement in society. In China, laws have been passed to restrict the use of video games to children under the age of 18. maximum 90 minutes per day until 10 p.m. (on vacation up to 3 hours). In order to integrate the children of the Nation into the mainstream of society and for their fair development, you are asked to ban said games (including the two aforementioned games) and to make a law regulating video games by children. “, indicates the letter.


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