The Pakistani Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had imposed a ban on PUBG on July 1, which was lifted on July 24 by the Islamabad High Court, but has not been put into effect yet
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) had ordered in favour of lifting the ban on popular game Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) last week, but it has not been put into effect yet.
Pakistani gamers have been growing restless since, waiting for the Imran Khan government to revoke the ban on the multiplayer war game. Some have even started tweeting to Prime Minister Imran Khan on his official Twitter handle, seeking the ban be suspended immediately.They have been tweeting using the hashtag #ImranKhanPUBGKholo.
I am ashamed that i have voted for PTI.. To bring change in this country.. But nothing has been changed.. Things are getting worst..har cheiz ko ban kr do..youth se vote liya tha.. Ab youth he ap ka against ha..Esports Organizations are departing..#ImranKhanPUBGKholo pic.twitter.com/Cl1zlc3xN2
— SHAWAAL ABBASI (@IamShawaal) July 27, 2020
Now we have only 2 options
1.Leave this country because there is no justice and also there is no justification of any act of any department
2.Fight for our rights and never ever bow down infront of any kind of injustice
Choice is yourspic.twitter.com/cWN0Kcb9GR#ImranKhanPUBGKholo
— Emraan Hamid (@rude_n_coool) July 27, 2020
Even he can't unban a game for youth with his own consent. What else Pakistanis, youthians and Insafiyans can expect more?
Don't judge me btw, I was also a supporter or one can say youthian.#ImranKhanPUBGKholo pic.twitter.com/cFKTWs7PB9
— Saddam Khan (@SaddamK91203936) July 27, 2020
It’s time to unfollow him. He is not even responding to all these tweets we are doing for months. We don’t need him, but he surely will beg us for vote in neae future. #ImranKhanPUBGKholo @imrankhanpti pic.twitter.com/6QP5pTZokW
— Malik Shazib (@MalikShazib10) July 27, 2020
Guys don't stop tweeting please we have to continue the trend retweet every tweet with hashtag #ImranKhanPUBGKholo we have to open their eyes we dont need record for the highest number of tweets or for any kind of fam but for rights...@ImranKhanPTI#ImranKhanPUBGKholo pic.twitter.com/PnwgUKcC2V
— Mansoor Ahmad (@BackBencher143) July 27, 2020
He’s Major General (R) Amir Azeem Bajwa, Chairman PTA. He has no background in IT. He is the main culprit behind PUBG ban despite having orders to unban it from High Court. This is what happen when you put pic.twitter.com/X67BOrMjIT
— Naveed Ahmad (@NaveedA53051654) July 27, 2020
The Pakistani Telecommunication Authority (PTA) had imposed a ban on PUBG on July 1 after several parents had raised concerns over their children getting addicted to the game. The ban was lifted on July 24, and the PTA was directed to restore access to the game.