The Player Unknown (PUBG) battlefields are certainly one of the most played mobile games in India. However, recent reports suggest that the popular cell phone game may be banned in India.
India has now banned 47 Chinese apps that were clones of the 59 Chinese apps banned in June. These include Tik Tok Lite and Cam Scanner Advance. The order was placed on Friday.
This news could be part of a very sad update for a number of Team India cricketers like MS Dhoni, Yuvzendra Chahal, Manish Pandey, KL Rahul, etc. who are enthusiastic players of the game.
Earlier this year, Sakshi Dhoni, the former wife of Team India skipper MS Dhoni, Sakshi Dhoni, revealed how the experienced wicket keeper batsman is dependent on the hugely popular game and even mumbles about it in his sleep.
“He has a thinking brain, it doesn’t rest. When he plays video games, it helps distract his thoughts, which is a good thing. PUBG has interfered with my bed these days. Mahi is sleeping and talking about PUBG these days,” said Sakshi praised.
Development is taking place amid a worrying political climate between the two countries as India tightens the rules for Chinese companies to invest in India.
Last week, India changed the General Financial Rules in 2017, which made it difficult for Chinese companies to be part of Indian public procurement.
The order states: “Any bidder from countries that share a land border with India can only bid for the procurement of goods, services (including consultancy and non-consultancy services) or work (including turnkey projects) if this is the bidder. ” registered with the competent authority. “
MSD has not played for Men In Blue since the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against New Zealand in August last year.
With the IPL 2020, which now starts in mid-September, fans can finally hope to see the 39-year-old in action again with his team from Chennai Super Kings.
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