New Delhi. The self-proclaimed Taliban government of Afghanistan has launched a digital strike on China. It means to say that the Taliban government has banned the popular apps of Pakistan’s friend China. It has been announced by the Taliban that it has banned the mobile version of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. Which is known as PUBG Mobile.
Know why the ban was imposed
It will be laughable to hear the argument given by Taliban behind the ban of PUBG Mobile and Tiktok. Let us tell you that the Taliban themselves have been accused of spreading violence. But now the Taliban believe that PUBG Mobile is promoting violence in the country, due to which it is being banned. Has held a meeting with the Minister of Telecommunications of Afghanistan and the Sharia Law Enforcement Administration. After this meeting, the Taliban has ordered the ban of Chinese apps like PUBG and TikTok in the country within the next 90 days. But the Taliban ban PUBG Mobile in Afghanistan will be effective in 90 days. Also, Tiktok ban has been ordered for the next one month. The Afghan government has ordered the country’s telecommunications and internet service providers to ban PUBG Mobile and TikTok within a time frame.
Taliban has banned 23 million websites
Let us tell you that before banning TikTok and PUBG Mobile, 23 million websites have been banned by the Afghan government. The government of Afghanistan argues that this website was presenting the wrong kind of content.
These apps are banned in India
Before Afghanistan, TikTok and PUBG Mobile app have been banned by India. However, the Indian government had banned TikTok and PUBG Mobile due to the data privacy of users and the unity and integrity of the country.