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PUBG Mobile India: 3 reasons why ministry is not ready to give give PUBG comeback green signal?

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PUBG Mobile India Comeback Update: PUBG Mobile is not coming to India anytime soon. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) is yet to respond to the request of PUBG promoters for a meeting according to the available information.

As reported by InsideSport earlier, it’s been more than 4 weeks now since the company officials have requested ministry officials for a meeting – but the sources close to the company officials have informed InsideSport that MEITY is yet to respond to the request.

‘Government is yet to respond to the request for the meeting. The game promoters are ready to comply to all norms set by the Indian government – but no response has comeback from the MEITY office’, told a source close to the game operators.

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Why exactly MEITY is not ready to give window to PUBG Officials ?

Reason 1 – Government department or ministry can’t have different rules for different entities

According to the experts, ministry has collectively banned various apps with Chinese links. Government departments or ministries will never treat anyone differently. Meeting some banned entity individually will be against the norms of the government. PUBG can’t be given any special status.

Reason 2 – Decision to ban Chinese apps also involves public sentiment

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The majority of the Indian public sentiment is against anything linked to China in the wake of border skirmishes. Government will never go against the public sentiment by entertaining some individual entity. Even BCCI lost its Chinese sponsor VIVO for IPL 2020 this year. No exceptions can be given to PUBG by the government in wake of such negative sentiment against China.

Reason 3 – India and China border conflict remains unresolved

Even after 6 months of the deadly June 15 clash in Galwan Valley which finally resulted in Indian goverment’s decision on banning Chinese apps, the border dispute between the two countries stand unresolved.  These apps have been banned with a view that they can compromise the national security of India. Goverment no way can change that view point for one single app i.e PUBG in the current circumstances and can have some special window for the gaming company.

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