If there's something that's on every youth's mind, it's PUBG mobile. The game which released last year has kept everyone hooked and tapping their thumbs away for hours.

Source: BGR

However, there are certain people who aren't very optimistic about the game, citing that the game promotes aggression and violence.

Recently, an eleven-year-old boy, Ahad Nizam moved the Bombay Court asking them to ban the game. He filed the public interest litigation through his mother.

Source: DNA

According to DNA, Ahad sent out a letter stating that the game has violence, abusive words and is inappropriate for children. The reason he cited for his strong-worded letter is that after playing the game for a few days, he began to feel low and negative.

Source: Times of India

In an interview with NDTV, the petitioner's lawyer, Tanveer Nizam said,

The petition has also sought a direction to the central government to form an Online Ethics Review Committee for periodical checking of such violence-oriented online content.

Earlier, a similar petition was made to the Jammu and Kashmir Governor after a fitness trainer lost his mental balance playing the game.