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    PUBG gamer’s racial slur won’t stop for Arunachal MLA Ninong Ering

    MLA Ering has reasoned that the game was aimed at deceiving the government and citizens and should be banned in the country.

    Guwahati: After Arunachal Pradesh MLA Nining Ering called for a ban on the second coming of PUBG Mobile, Battlegrounds Mobile India, it appears that prominent PUBG Mobile streamer have resorted to racist comments as a response.

    After YouTuber Paras Singh, who goes by the name ‘Paras Official’ on his YouTube channel, has allegedly termed “Ering as a non-Indian and Arunachal Pradesh, a part of China,” this time it is PUBG Mobile content creator Inder Preet aka GTX Preet and esports pro, Shivamm Raghav aka 420 Gaming who have referred to MLA Ering as Chinese.

    The gamers and Youtubers made the comments while reacting to a letter addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Ering recently, wherein the latter had asked the PM to ban the re-launch of PUBG Mobile India’s new avatar Battlegrounds Mobile India.

    Ering has reasoned that the game was aimed at deceiving the government and citizens and should be banned in the country.

    Paras Singh, while commenting on the development in his video can be heard saying, “Mujhe toh nahi lagta yeh (Ering) Indian hain (I don’t think he is an Indian)” while pointing out at the MLA’s profile picture on Twitter. He then asks his viewers to check if Ering looks like an India and later goes on to ask if the people from Arunachal Pradesh look like that.

    He then says that Ering is on China’s side and in a way Arunachal Pradesh is with China. “Arey yaar yeh (Arunachal) toh China ki side main hain, yeh China walon ka hi hain”, Singh says adding, “ek tarah se unhi k saath hi hain halka fulka touch hota hain.”

    Later, the Ludhiana Police has taken the YouTuber Paras Singh into custody.

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