Garena Free Fire is one of the most popular title in the mobile battle royale genre. Here in this article we will discuss the recent controversy regarding the title and Free Fire not getting banned in India orders for Bangladesh only.
Despit it’s vast popularity among the youth and children the title will soon receive some strict legal action due to their violence, intense gameplay and addiction. These actions majorly impacts the minds of children and teenagers. Some people also feel that they distract the youth and affect their mental health.
Free Fire Not Getting Banned In India
On 16 August 2021, the High Court in Bangladesh ordered the country’s government to ban Free Fire among several other titles for three months. No, Free Fire isn’t getting banned in India and users from the country can enjoy the fast-paced battle royale title on their mobile devices.
Orders to ban the game for three months are limited to Bangladesh only and the same was issued on 16 August 2021 by the High Court bench consisting of Justice Md Mozibur Rahman Miah and Justice Md Kamrul Hossain Mollah.
Much to the disappointment of Battle Royale enthusiasts, the High Court of Bangladesh asked the relevant authorities to ban “dangerous” online games and mobile applications, including Free Fire and PUBG.
NEWAGE Bangladesh has also reported that the Bangladesh High Court has already asked the concerned authorities – Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission’s chairman, to ban video games for three months. However, ADJ Naresh Kumar Laka wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi a letter requesting a ban on PUBG and Free Fire.
As per the judge, these games have disrupted children’s routines. Moreover, the games also negatively impact their social lives since children do not tend to spend time with their family.
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