PubG banned in India? Twitter reacts to rumours with best memes
PubG banned in India? Twitter reacts to rumours with best memes

After banning around 59 applications last month over issues of data privacy, the government has decided to ban an additional 47 applications originating from China. While no official announcement on this has been made yet, it is likely to be made soon. According to reports, the government has also prepared a list of over 250 applications that is likely to be examined for user privacy or national security violations and some top gaming Chinese applications such as PUBG Mobile are said to be a part of the list.

After the reports of Indian government's rumoured ban on PubG made it to the internet, several users took to Twitter to react to it and shared rib-tickling memes and jokes.

Check out the best memes here:

Last month, the Centre had banned around 59 Chinese applications, including popular ones such as TikTok, based on information that these were engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity, defence, security and public order. The move was seen as a retaliatory step against clashes between Indian and Chinese troops at the border, which had led to 20 Indian Army personnel being killed on Jun 15.

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