Keeping in mind the security and privacy of users’ data, the Government of India has once again banned Chinese apps. This time, the government has banned a total of 118 apps simultaneously and these include Public Dear PUBG among the youth. After PUBG is banned, users are very disappointed and are sharing their reactions on social media. At the same time, after the ban, PUBG has also been removed from the Google Play Store and App Store.
PUBG is no longer available on the Google Play Store and App Store. After the ban, it has been removed, that is, users can no longer download PUBG. Even with PUBG Mobile, its lite version PUBG Mobile Lite has also been removed from the App Stores. By the way, when you search for PUBG Mobile on Google, you will see this app in the listing, but the app will not be downloaded as soon as you select the link to download and reach the Play Store. But in India right now PUBG can be played on PC or gaming console.
PUBG already downloaded will also be closed
PUBG has been removed from the Google Play Store and the App Store and this means that you cannot download it. But the already existing PUBG on mobile will also be discontinued soon. For this, the government asks Internet service providers to stop accessing banned apps. After which this app will not open on your mobile too.
A big decision was taken for national security
In a statement issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on banning 118 apps including PUBG, all 118 mobile apps banned were a threat to India’s sovereignty and integrity, India’s defense, state security, and public order and Therefore, the government has decided to ban them. Banned apps include many popular apps such as Baidu, APUS Launcher Pro, and CamCard, etc. in addition to PUBG.