Ever since the banning of the Royal Battle Game PUBG Mobile, speculations were being made about any domestic replacement. In such a situation, Akshay Kumar has made a big announcement. Akshay Kumar has announced to launch a new game soon, which will become an alternative to PUBG.
Ever since the banning of the Royal Battle Game PUBG Mobile, speculations were being made about any domestic replacement. In such a situation, Akshay Kumar has made a big announcement. Akshay Kumar has announced to launch a new game soon, which will become an alternative to PUBG. He has given information about this on his Twitter account. The actor wrote that we are excited about the action game – Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G, supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s self-reliant India resolve. Apart from entertainment, this game will also inform the players about the sacrifice of our soldiers. 20 percent of its revenue will be donated to the Veer Trust of India. Please tell that the Veer Trust of India has been formed by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Akshay Kumar has shared a poster announcing the Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G game. This game will be launched soon. The soldiers of the Indian Army are seen in this poster. Not much information has been revealed about the game yet. Significantly, amid the ongoing border dispute between India and China, the Indian government has taken a big decision. Ministry of Information & Technology has banned 118 Chinese apps including PUBG Mobile.
Many Chinese apps have been banned by India earlier, which China criticized. The government’s decision came at a time when tensions between India and Chinese soldiers in East Ladakh once again increased. Significantly, the Indian government has so far banned a total of 224 Chinese apps. These apps have many popular apps including TikTok, PUBG.
The Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps in the first phase followed by 47 more Chinese apps. Now the Indian government has banned 118 apps. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in its statement that the banned mobile apps were a threat to India’s sovereignty, integrity, security and peacekeeping. With this move of the government, the data of crores of Indian mobile and internet users will be protected.