Up to date: Dec 03, 2019 14:36 IST
New Delhi [India], Dec three (ANI): H Vasanthakumar, Indian Nationwide Congress (INC) MP from Kanyakumari on Tuesday urged the federal government to ban on-line video games, citing its unwanted side effects on the psychological and bodily well being of youngsters.
“I urge the federal government to ban on-line video games reminiscent of Blue Whale, PUBG and Rummy. PUBG was launched in 2017 and it has generated an enormous world following throughout PCs, console cells and cell platforms,” mentioned Vasanthakumar in Lok Sabha.
“By final December, the sport had 200 million cell downloads alone. A couple of cities in India have already banned the sport citing concern that it was making the participant extra violent and distracting college students from their faculty work,” he added.
The MP additional mentioned that many mother and father have complained that pc video games haven’t any worth to their kids’s research. Quite the opposite, on-line video games have produced plenty of destructive results on their psychological and bodily growth.
“By doing so, the kids will do minimal bodily exercise which additional results in quite a few well being points reminiscent of weight problems, cardiac issues and psychological issues. Ban the net video games, for the way forward for India,” mentioned Vasanthakumar. (ANI)