CRPF bans jawans from playing PUBG game

The CRPF jawans have been addicted to playing PUBG. This is revealed in the internal survey of the CRPF. After which the CRPF has instructed its commanding officers to ban the PUBG game in the units. A senior CRPF officer posted at the Delhi headquarters of the paramilitary force said that the PUBG game is also affecting operational efficiency of jawans.

Sources said that Many jawans are also reducing their spending time with their fellow soldiers. Sleep is not complete due to the decreasing physical activity. In this regard, the CRPF unit of Bihar has issued a circular. According to the circular issued on May 6, it was noticed that young CRPF jawans have become the victims of this violent game PUBG.

In this, all the DIGs have been asked to ensure the deletion of such an app to all the units / companies of the CRPF coming under them. All company commanders should ensure that this app is deleted from all phones. Apart from this, there should be a surprise check of the phones of the jawans. This circular has been sent to all the CRPF formations and the anti-insurgency cobra unit of force.

The CRPF operates counter-insurgency and anti-Maoist operations across the country. About 70000 CRPF personnel are stationed in Jammu and Kashmir. CRPF jawans with the help local police, try to ensure law and order. The CRPF official said that this order will be applicable to all the CRPF formations.

Facebook Comments Protection Status