Ban ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India’: AP politician writes letter to PM

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Arunachal Pradesh’s MLA Ninong Ering has drafted a letter to the PMO of India and nudged the government to ban the Battlegrounds Mobile India , while the game is at the pre-registration phase as per IGN India report.

Ering shared a post on Twitter  with a letter addressing prime minister Narendra Modi which stated that most of Krafton’s India employees are migrated from Tencent, and Battlegrounds Mobile India’s Google Play Store official pre-registration link contains the term PUBG Mobile, and the company also invested $22.4 million to Nodwin gaming, and this might toss country’s security at stake. 

Adding to that  Member of Parliament Abhishek Singhvi  who stated Tencent will re-enter India with Battlegrounds Mobile India :

Where one part of the country celebrating as the pre- registration of the  Battlegrounds Mobile India has commenced, where the other part, these politicians are asking the government to ban the game even before it is actually available to play in India.