Recently, a PUBG Mobile YouTuber by the name of Paras Singh uploaded a video on the Arunachal Pradesh MLA's latest call to ban Battlegrounds Mobile India. In response, the MLA filed a case against the YouTuber under sections of 124A, 153A, 505(2) of the Indian Penal Code. Here's what you need to know about this shocking case.

PUBG Mobile YouTuber Made Racist Comments Towards MLA

In his recent video, YouTuber Paras Singh made racist remarks towards former Arunachal Pradesh MP and current MLA Ninong Ering. As first reported by Eastern Mojo, Singh referred to Ering as a non-Indian and said that he belonged to China. The video is now edited, the original one was posted on May 22nd.

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The MLA called for seizing Battlegrounds Mobile India's launch

In more detail, the YouTuber made the video to address Ninong Ering’s call to cancel Battlegrounds Mobile India launch. At the beginning of the video, he opened Ering’s Twitter profile picture and said: “Does he look like someone from India? I don't think he is an Indian.”

“Here also I don't think anyone is an Indian. Maybe this is what people from Arunachal Pradesh look like, I don't know as I have never met them", the Youtuber continued. 

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YouTuber Paras Singh made several inappropriate comments towards the MLA.

Singh also commented that Ering did not sound like an Indian name. Later, he moved on to searching for Arunachal Pradesh on an Indian map.

“This is on China's side…. here it is in the corner. There are Chinese cities on top of it and around it, which means that this belongs to China. In a way, it is with them as it just touches India a little", the YouTuber claimed as he could not find the state on the map. 

PUBG Mobile YouTuber Apologized For Racist Remarks

Soon his video went viral, sparking a severe wave of backlash in the country. In order to soothe the outrage, YouTuber Paras Singh Singh later posted a video on May 24th, apologizing for making racist remarks against Ninong Ering.

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The two latest uploads on the Paras Gamer channel.

Later in the day, there was another video on his channel shows a woman who claims to be his mother asking viewers to forgive her son. She also informed that her son was taken from the residence by the police.

However, things don't seem to go his way as the MLA files a case against Paras Singh for inciting ill-will and hatred toward the Arunachal Pradesh people. It's not likely that the YouTuber can beg his way out of this situation.

Case Filed Against PUBG Mobile YouTuber Paras Singh

In a conversation with EastMojo, Ering said it was Singh's immature remarks that hurt him. “He is free to point out mistakes if any, but the racist remarks are serious and something which needs re-thinking.”

According to leaks, the MLA may soon also file complaints against Singh at the Pasighat police station and Crime Branch.

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Paras Singh seems to be in a lot of trouble for what he said.

Following this, Arunachal Pradesh’s Chief Minister Pema Khandu Tweeted about a case against the YouTuber. He informed that Singh has violated sections 124A/ 153A/ 505(2) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Singh will be trialed for inciting ill will and hatred towards the people of Arunachal Pradesh.

The following are sections from the IPC:

  • #1 Section 124A lays down the punishment for sedition
  • #2 Section 153A lays down the punishment for “promoting enmity between different groups on ground of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony.”
  • #3 Section 505(2) lays down the punishment for statements creating or promoting enmity, hatred, or ill will between classes
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Regardless of the situation, Battlegrounds Mobile India will still launch.

In addition, investigations are underway into the Youtuber's social media accounts for details of his activities.

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