Praveen Khandelwal, the Secretary-General of the Confederation of All India Traders, has urged the Minister of Electronics and Information Technology to prohibit Battlegrounds Mobile India due to security concerns.
This isn’t the first time BGMI has been requested to be banned. Following the start of the pre-registration process in May, politicians expressed their opposition to the game’s release.
Ninong Ering, an MLA from Arunachal Pradesh, Arvind Dharmapuri, a Member of Parliament from Telangana, Abhishek Singhvi, a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, and Ashok Nete, a Maharashtra MLA, have all spoken out against the publication of Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Battlegrounds Mobile India should be banned, according to Praveen Khandelwal.
No one can circumvent India’s law. Must known to #battlegroundmobileindia which is nothing but another version of #PUBG .@CAITIndia urge Shri @rsprasad to take immediate note & ban #battlegroundmobile & @GoogleIndia not to allow use of its play store @Suhelseth @indiantweeter pic.twitter.com/30Jl7pdV2z— Praveen Khandelwal (@praveendel) June 18, 2021