The PUBG ban in Pakistan will be lifted soon according to Pakistani TV host and social media personality Waqar Zaka who is fighting a case in the Sindh High Court against the online multiplayer game.
According to Waqar Zaka, the PUBG ban in Pakistan is close to getting lifted as he stated in one of his videos on YouTube where he asked fans to start trending hashtag #PUBGKaJawabDou and told everyone to tag the IT Minister Sindh Aminul Haque, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
He asked everyone to tag them for their opinion on the PUBG ban in the country and according to the social media influencer, the multiplayer game PUBG was very close to getting unbanned in the coming days.
PUBG heaing in Islamabad High Court (14 July 2020)
In related news, Islamabad High Court (IHC) also reserved its verdict yesterday (14 July 2020) where it asked PTA under what law it banned the online game.
PTA lawyers told the court that the PUBG ban in Pakistan was placed on the suggestion of Lahore Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Zulfiqar Hameed to which Justice Amir Farooq after cases of suicides were reported as the game PUBG had a negative psychological impact on kids.
Justice Amir Farooq responded whether the telecommunications authority was going to ban everything on the suggestion of the police officer and why wasn’t an actual psychologist consulted on the matter.
Read more: PUBG ban in Pakistan – Update from IHC hearing.