The Central government has been taking various security measures since China’s incursion into Ladakh, India’s border region. Accordingly, the federal government has banned 59 Chinese mobile operators on the grounds that they pose a threat to India’s sovereignty and security. Military personnel has also been advised not to use entertainment-related processors and the federal government is focusing on all activities related to digital security.
The federal government is reportedly considering banning 47 more Chinese processors, including PUBG. These may include the light version of previously banned processors, including Dictoc Lite, Hello Lite, Share It Lite, and Pico Lite. The list of processors includes Alibaba Group’s Babji. The issue of the PUBG mobile game ban review is currently trending on social media. Federal government sources, however, said that an official announcement regarding the ban on processors could be issued soon.
Like the banned tic-tac-toe in India, the Babji game processor is also very popular among the youth. In India alone, the processor has been downloaded by over 175 million people. It is noteworthy that this processor has been subjected to harsh criticism several times in the past for enslaving young people.