LAHORE: The addictive gameplay of PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has claimed yet another life in Lahore the place a teenage boy allegedly dedicated suicide for being stopped to play the web sport, ARY Information reported on Tuesday.
The deceased boy aged 18, who’s recognized as Shehryar, alleged dedicated suicide after being stopped for PUBG gameplay anymore. Based on studies, the teenage boy belonged to Quetta and at the moment residing together with his brother in Lahore’s Punjab Society located at Ghazi Highway.
The most recent incident of suicide was adopted by two deaths of younger boys in Punjab’s capital Lahore final week the place a 20-year-old boy took his personal life in Saddar Bazaar neighbourhood in North Cantonment and a 16-year-old boy claimed his personal life in Gulshan-e-Abbas Part 2 space.
Shehryar’s brother Shoaib advised investigators that they belong to Quetta and his brother was an addict of the web sport.
The workforce of police officers and forensic consultants rushed to the incident’s web site. Nonetheless, police investigators haven’t launched the additional particulars of the incident as but.
Following the rising variety of suicide instances because of the sport, the Lahore police had written a letter to Inspector Common of Punjab Police (IGP) in search of a direct ban on widespread on-line sport PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).
“PUBG is a web based multiplayer sport that has gained immense recognition amongst younger folks. The sport must be banned instantly as it’s resulting in aggressive behaviour and suicides amongst youngsters,” states the letter.
Final month, the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) had additionally directed the involved authorities to ban the popular online game following its destructive impacts on the kids.
The directives had been issued by a division bench of the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) headed by Justice Atir Mahmood on Might 18 following a petition which acknowledged the PUBG gameplay is severely affecting training and psychological progress of the kids.
— to arynews.tv