What Twitter Has To Say About The PUBG Ban In Pakistan

Rafai Zaman

Rafai Zaman

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The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority  on Wednesday suspended a popular online multiplayer game PUBG, played by millions in the country — after “receiving complaints from different sections of society”.

“The PTA has received numerous complaints against PUBG wherein it is stated that the game is addictive, wastage of time and poses serious negative impact on physical and psychological health of the children,” a statement of the authority said.

Last month, a 10th grade student had committed suicide in Lahore. The boy was found hanging in his room. The police also spotted a smartphone beside the body with the PUBG game app running on it.His parents also confirmed to the police that they had stopped the boy for playing the game.

After the incident, a letter written to the Punjab inspector general of police (IGP) on Saturday sought a ban on the popular online game.

Without further ado, here’s what people on Twitter have to say about the PUBG ban in Pakistan:

Some people made memes on how this would be the happiest day for Pakistani parents.

This guy threw shade about how useful people can be now after the PUBG ban. His vision of how Pakistan would be like in the future looks amazing.


Relationships after PUBG ban. See what this guy has to say.



PUBG lovers sorry for this tweet.

This guy celebrated the decision to ban PUBG and called for a ban on TikTok as well.

It can’t get any funnier than this.  People are so creative with their memes.

We have some filmy people around as well. Meme creators are artists.


While PUBG is a Chinese app, this meme is out of this world.

Can’t get any better than this.

Some people have creative solutions to still play PUBG.


What are your thoughts on the PUBG ban? Feel free to let us know.