According to a News18 report, a senior CRPF officer posted in New Delhi said that the commanding officers were told to implement the ban since PUBG “addiction had affected jawans’ operational capabilities”. So, with immediate effect, all deputy inspector-generals will have to ensure that no jawan in their respective units has the game installed in their smartphones. To make sure that this is followed, company commanders have been told to randomly inspect the smartphones of the jawans. One must note here, this is not the first time the game has been banned in India. After this, Rajkot district administration banned people from playing the game in public spaces.
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