Indian police are arresting students for playing PUBG during exam season

Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal told The Indian Express that playing PUBG is a bailable offence, and that the students were arrested in public places. They'll have to appear in court, though, and face a trial for not adhering to the ban. That's all well and ...

Thursday, March 14, 2019

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PUBG ban: 10 people 'booked' in Rajkot for playing the game; police says it's not an 'arrest'

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) was banned in Rajkot and now the police have actually 'booked' 10 people, six of them undergraduates, for playing PUBG. This is for the first time that ... Also Read: PUBG Ban: After Rajkot, PUBG faces ban in Bhavnagar and Gir Somnath. "But it is a bailable ... Rajkot Special Operations Group police inspector Rohit Raval told The Indian Express that the youth - one of whom works in a private firm, one a graduate and another a labourer - were caught "red-handed". Police has ...
Thursday, March 14, 2019