Taliban “PUBG: Battlegrounds” and TikTok banned in Afghanistan

A lot PUBG: Battlegrounds like TikTok the Taliban has prevented Afghanistan from “misleading new generations”.

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As reported Bloomberg Today (April 21), the video game and social media app are being banned as part of a moral ruling in Afghanistan, after the Taliban came to power in the country last year.

The Taliban decided to ban both PUBG as TikTok derives from a cabinet meeting held yesterday (April 20).

Afghan deputy spokesman Inamullah Samangani said in a Tweet today so great PUBG TikTok has been blocked in the country because the game and app “mislead the younger generation” and “publish immoral content and programs”.

Samangani told him that “TikTok’s dirty content was not in line with Islamic laws,” while speaking on the phone.

According to data from the 2022 report of data descriptionon Afghanistan (via Bloomberg), the country’s “Internet penetration rate” at the beginning of this year was 22.9%, bringing the country’s population to 9.23 million in January.

Samangani added that the Taliban had received “many complaints about how the TikTok app and the PUBG game are wasting people. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has been instructed to remove the apps from internet servers and make them inaccessible.” Afghanistan. “

Following the withdrawal of U.S. troops last year, the Taliban captured all major cities in Afghanistan and renamed the country Islamic Union of Afghanistan. Since then, the ultra-conservative group has stopped plans to allow girls to attend primary school and banned women from appearing on TV shows (by BBC).

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