PUBG Again! Scolded by parents, sibling runagates held in Ramban

PUBG Again! Scolded by parents, sibling runagates held in Ramban

As a result of the unrest and lockdown, children in Kashmir have lost their friends, school and education. They are largely moving towards smartphone addiction.


Two siblings were held by the Jammu & Kashmir Police after they ran away from their house in southern Kashmir. The duo was reportedly stopped by their parents from playing PUBG Mobile game.

As per details reaching here, a brother-sister duo ran away from their home in Keller area of Pulwama district after being scolded by parents for being glued to smartphones and playing PUBG Mobile game.

The young siblings were captured by policemen in Ramban area of Jammu on August 11 (Tuesday) and were later handed over to their parents.

A police officer from Jammu, Haseeb Ur Rahman also tweeted about the same incident. He wrote, “#PUBG WARRIORS ON RUN # Ramban police has apprehended two siblings, a brother and a sister r/o killer Pulwama who had run away from their home after their parents had scolded them for wasting their time on #pubG # shall be handed over to their parents tomorrow !”

Digpu tried to contact their parents for their comments, but they preferred not to talk on the matter and requested not to reveal their names. However, a neighbour of the family said that the siblings were apparently enraged after being stopped for laying hands on a smartphone, which they used for playing games. is looking at reinventing the idea of news at large. ‘Free Voice With A Critical Edge’ is what describes Digpu News best.