BGMI Unban Update: MeitY responded to Battlegrounds Mobile India Ban update query – The ban of BGMI in India is creating a huge buzz on the whole social media platform. Many tweets and controversies are going on which are somehow making the overall system Toxic. Recently Maxtern, a famous BGMI player or creator, tweeted about losing his interest always from the game and its comeback rhythm. He further mentioned shifting his attraction away from the title. Therefore, in reply to another famous miner, GodYamrajOP mentioned filling and RTI (Right to Information) appealed and the response he got in return.
As per the tweet by GodYamrajOP, he asked the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology aka Meity, whether any further meeting was placed with Krafton regarding the unexpected removal of the title from both the downloading platforms. This overall tweet has been circulating and is now in trend on the Internet.
BGMI Unban Update: MeitY responded to Battlegrounds Mobile India Ban update query
As per the tweeted image, In reply, MeitY confirms that there was actually a meeting place with Krafton on the related topic. They further said that as per the rules of 16 of Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking for Avees of Informations by Public) Rules, 2009. Apart from that section 694 of the IT Act, 2000 states that trying to relate to the sovereignty and integrity of India will remain protected by provision 8(1)(a) of RTI Act 2005. This is why the overall information requested in the RTI cannot be granted to the public.
There was real problem of data security… I filled this RTI .. please check out 👇 pic.twitter.com/O7oBuGnopF
— GodYamarajOP (@godyamarajop) September 26, 2022
Following the above tweet by GodYamrajOP, he also asked one more question about the reasons for pulling out the title from the Google Play Store and App store. For that MeitY stated that because of the request received through designated nodal officers from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, MeitY has blocked the gaming application BGMI under the power of 69A IT of Information technology (IT) Act, 2000.
Overall the meetings with Krafton didn’t come up with a good answer and results, so fans can still hope for the best and rapid comeback of BGMI in India.