Nepal Supreme Court Calls Off ‘PUBG Ban’ judgment

Nepal Supreme Court Calls Off ‘PUBG Ban’ judgment

You are a PUBG lover? Then get up, the battleground is ready for you!

After facing a ban across the nation, the Chinese mobile game built its re-entry in Nepal after the Supreme Court changed its decision to ban the game.

The Nepal Authorities had to step back from stopping the game after the country’s apex court granted an interim order pausing the ban decision.

Issuing the order, Justice Ishwar Prasad Khatiwada asked the government seeking their justification on the decision to ban the game.

The court cited Article 17 of the Constitution of Nepal that ensures ‘freedom of expression’ and lists situations when it may be curtailed legally.


Considering this, the court declared none of the problems raised by the government comply with constitutional provisions.

The Deputy Director of Nepal’s telecom regulatory system, who raised serious concerns on PUBG playing among kids, also reportedly failed to prove his point.

Not only Nepal, but the PUBG vibes are also across. The previous month, four Indian cities had additionally announced PUBG ban with many other cities asking for the government to do this all across. Iraq also did the similar citing the ill-effects the game is creating among the local populace.

Will need to wait and watch to see what would be the next turn on ‘PUBG Ban in Nepal’.


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