Mangaluru: Govt should ban violent video games, says MLA UT Khader


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Apr 6: MLA U T Khader urged the union and state government to bring in a policy to ban violent online video games.

Addressing media here on Tuesday, April 6, U T Khader said, "The PUBG game led to the murder of a minor at KC Road. Violent online games like PUBG will turn youths violent. They will even resort to stealing money from their parents to invest in such games. They will eventually do substance abuse as well and that is when we can see behavioural changes in children."



"Society, school teachers, concerned department, representatives should get involved to put in place a long term system to avert such tragedies. There should be a counsellor in every school, something which is not implemented. Government should encourage institutions to have counsellors and keep assessment track," Khader said.

"The law and order situation has worsened in the district, soon a review meeting has to be called. People are afraid to stay at home as burglary is on the rise. Police should act immediately, it is a failure on the part of the police department. Lately, without any fear of the law, cases of moral policing are being reported," he added.

"During the state special executive meeting, they spoke about bringing in law against love jihad. But, after the gram panchayat elections, the matter never came up. On the other hand, Hindu organizations are conducting press conferences where they are instigating the youths to create disturbances. Police need to take strict action against them. If they are keen to voice against something, they should do so against the government and demand to bring in a law against love jihad," the MLA said.

 

 

 

  

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    This is again he wants to take political mileage ! till the murder take place he was sleeping ! now he wants to play a emotion and drama play to garner the votes !

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  • Bala K, Urwa

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Khader kaaka and his party was crying hard when Chinese apps were banned. Atlast he come know that very good. We want the patties affiliation and loyalty to Cheena also to be banned.

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  • Jerry, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    A youth leader of national party is running video games in multiple locations in Mangalore. Such video games also equally spoil our youth and they need to be banned too.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    You always talk double standard. You need to start looking at your own backyard and let the work begin from your own home. Can you please look into your own affairs before embarking on National Interest. Who threw stone at police during CAA rally in Mangalore? Can you come clean on this long pending matter where few innocent people were killed in the name of vote bank politics. Jai Hind.

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Ban liquor and other items which are harmful and injurious to health.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    I think total ban is not possible, but Government can put ristrictions and control the supply and production. Government must control spurious and duplicate liquors.

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  • Prabhu, Karkala

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    We should curse those people who brought this liquor to our great country.

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    The nature of Internet being what it is, people find ways around any bans by the Government. One possibility (for now) is to ban the VPN and VOIP. How easy it is for the Government to keep VPN/VOIP away from people is not known.

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    We should first ban violent people and terrorists.

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    But sanjay, u always vote for violent people and make terrorists member of parliament... So how can the police/ law ban them

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    We don't vote them, in 1947 few took a part of our land on one basis and left few of them to conspire against the country.....

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Sanjay bhai, you have certainly hit the bullseye !! We are all condemned as " Bigots " because we speak the truth !!!!!

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  • RANGA, MANGALORE

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    On 3rd July, 2020 , DW report says ' Former minister and MLA U T Khader, has registered his opposition to the central government's decision to ban 59 Chinese origin apps. He questioned the rationale behind banning the Chinese apps, He also said that the ban on the apps does not in any way benefit India..Hope he understood what TIKTOK,PUBG did to youth..

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  • NS BHAT, Mangaluru

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Mr Ranga Mangalore, Why did union govt ban chinese apps without consulting Khadar ji? (may be, Khadar ji is thinking like this)

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    Government failed miserably in their attempt to ban Porn in India ...

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    Which Government?? They are busy with Porn CD only.

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  • Guru, Mulki

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Yes. We can see lots of people watching porn below Nallasopara bridge.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    Guru, Mulki - Nalasupara bridge is not cracked like your Pumpwell ...

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