A demand emerged regarding the Garena Free Fire ban in India by Additional District Judge Naresh Kumar Laka. Moreover, he has written a letter to Prime Minister Modi requesting to ban Free Fire. Let’s check out the news!
Youth are attracted to online games. When it comes to mobile games, battle royale games like PUBG, Garena Free Fire, and Call of Duty. These games are creating history on the mobile gaming platform. But, these games are a nightmare for parents. Battle royale games are amazing, captivated, and successful in attracting youngsters with their gameplay. Children are addicted to these games and playing through the day and night. When parents see their children wasting their time on these games and worried about their future.
Now a judge is facing a problem with his two children regarding a battle royale game. He highlighted the bad effect of these online games and wants Prime Minister Modi to take steps to the Garena Free Fire ban and Battlegrounds Mobile India ban in India. Judge Naresh Kumar Laka stated that these two games are available on Google Play Store and need to be banned as soon as possible. Moreover, he suggested that the law to be framed that can limit the exposure of children to online games like Garena Free Fire.
Firstly, playing games is not a crime anywhere in the world. Children ( below 18 age) monitored by their parents while using mobile phones or playing games. However, there should be a limit in playing games. When it comes to children while accessing mobile games, They must be restricted up to 90 minutes of gameplay in a day. While on holidays it can be stretched up to 180 minutes. So, games need not be banned. They need to implement some restrictions.