Pubg mobile India unban :The response to the Right to Information Act refers to the holding of a conference on PUBG Mobile’s return to India. PUBG Mobile has made a name for itself in the mobile war royal styles and is undoubtedly one of the industry leaders. Last year there was no spontaneous sailing for sports fans in India. Unprecedented, PUBG Mobile is blocked with 117 other applications in the country.
Since then, PUBG mobile players and fans have been following every update and development about the game. In December 2020, a report by Telegraph India suggested that the National Child Rights Protection Commission (NCPCR) Chairman Priyank Kanungo strongly opposed the re-launch of PUBG Mobile in India until the appropriate legislation came into force. Online applications have been made for such subjects. There are further developments on this subject as a response to the right to information.
PUBG Mobile India unban meeting officially held on December 4, issue to be examined further: New RTI report
Anvesh pulluri filed an RTI petition seeking information from the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights about the exact details of the meeting.
The following questions were asked from the applicant:
Q1. When was the meeting held?
Q2. On which department recommendation the meeting was held?
Q3. Who were the government officials present at the meeting and to which Department/Ministry they belong?
Q4. Was there any representation from the PUBG Mobile India/Krafton Inc/PUBG Corporation in the meeting?
Q5. What were the outcomes of the meeting?
“A virtual meeting was held on 04/12/2020 at the behest of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). No formal minutes were drafted. All concerned have been requested to examine the issue further.”
The response indicates that there was a meeting between the authorities about returning the PUBG mobile to the country.
Earlier, in response to an RTI filed by Gemwire PUBG was not banned for public use only in the public country. It also announced that there was no official dialogue between Krafton Inc. and the Ministries of Electronics and Information Technology.