After the saddening shock to the TikTookay group, it appears PUBG followers will now not be capable to feast on ‘Chicken dinner’. As per the newest stories, a set of one other 47 Chinese apps has been listed to get banned. Apps like Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, VFY Lite and extra will quickly be banned. The most talked-about recreation PUBG may additionally face an identical destiny.
All this began when the geopolitics rigidity between India and China reached its peak. It’s additionally been reported that other than these 47 introduced apps, 275 extra apps are beneath the radar to get banned.
In March 2020, PUBG celebrated its second anniversary by crossing 600 million downloads. Out of that, simply India consists of an enormous chunk of over 175 million downloads. The information has resulted in Twitterati to flood the microblogging web site with hilarious memes on this topic.
From Hera Pheri to Munna Bhai, memers use Bollywood to provide you with these hilarious tweets. Check it out:
A consumer tweeted: “And I hope very soon Ambani will launch Indian Pubg game called PUBJIO 😜✌🏻 #pubg #pubgban”
— M A N I (@Manikanta_007) July 27, 2020
Another one mentioned, “This mother requested Modiji to ban online games and Modiji jokingly replied “ye Pubg wala hai kya?”. Woh kehte hain na bhagwan ke ghar der hai andher nahi 🙏🤣🤣 #pubgban”
— SwatKat💃 (@swatic12) July 27, 2020
— Akash Mandal (@whateverakash) July 27, 2020
— Nekkdilinsaan (@Adarshshrma2429) July 27, 2020
On each the place flowing the information
PUBG banned in india by authorities
— Shuhham Kaushik (@sniper_kaushik) July 27, 2020
— Shagun (@d_WittyEngineer) July 27, 2020
*Every Indian mum or dad rn pic.twitter.com/tHiSGNu4SV
— 𝙄𝙣_𝘼𝙬𝙚𝙨𝙤𝙢𝙚_𝙎𝙖𝙪𝙘𝙚🍕 (@nahi_manungiii) July 27, 2020
A consumer had a hilarious aftermath for PUBG ban:
#PUBG #pubgban ready to listen to ambani has lunched jio video games 😂😂🎮 and first recreation will probably be jio hearth
— SHUBHAM PUNETHA (@SHUBHAMPUNETHA5) July 27, 2020
47 extra Chinese app banned by authorities and likewise contemplating a ban on PUBG in India.
— Er. Parth Trivedi (@PVT007007) July 27, 2020
But no ban on “Free Fire”.
Meanwhile PUBG to Govt: pic.twitter.com/bdjPe9HCUx
— Anit Ghosh (@Indianit07) July 27, 2020
— Ayush Tyagi (@TyagiThememer) July 27, 2020
— Nilesh_17 (@nileshmosare) July 27, 2020