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Seven days after the Rajkot police issued a warning restricting the prevalent multiplayer portable game PUBG; police have captured 10 individuals from which 6 of them under-graduates, for playing the game.

ARREST FOR PLAYING PUBG

Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal, who had restricted mobile game PUBG in the city in a March 6 warning, said 12 cases have been enrolled up until this point.

The PUBG ban referenced that anybody could report an incidence of somebody playing PUBG and the latter may confront indictment under the Central Government Act under Section 188.

Manoj Agrawal said, “It is a bailable offense. Individuals have been reserved yet there is not at all like capture in it. In the strategy, they will be appeared as quickly salvaged by police. The case will go to the courts and there will be a preliminary for not following the warning issued.”

In an ongoing improvement, The Rajkot Special Operations Group captured three young fellows close to the police base camp.

“Our group caught these young people in the act. They were arrested after they were discovered playing the PUBG amusement. We have enlisted two bodies of evidence against them under IPC Section 188 for abusing the warning issued by Police Commissioner and under Section 35 of the Rajkot police arrests 10 people for playing PUBG regardless of boycott Gujarat Police Act. This amusement is exceedingly addictive and the denounced were so engaged in playing them that they couldn’t see our group moving toward them,” said police inspector Rohit Raval.

(Dapinder Kaur)

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