Indian people are very well known for loving, being loyal to their country and they grab every opportunity they can to express it. Especially now, as the tensions between Indian and China are growing following disputes at the Himalayan border, Indians are calling for a boycott of Chinese products. Their patriotic actions seem to have spread to the gaming world too.

Indians' patriotic actions seem to have spread to the gaming world
Indians' patriotic actions seem to have spread to the gaming world

Over the past few days, there have been articles about an Indian gamer who made his Chinese teammate say “Hindustan Zindabad” before reviving his life in PUBG. Citing The CisTheta Global, Indian lifestyle portal for man Mensxp.com reported the Indian gamer saying:

“I request all our Indian PUBG players that it is our patriotic duty not to revive Chinese and Pakistani players before hearing Hindustan Zindabad from them.”

Hindustan Zindabad
The Indian gamer was reported to make his Chinese PUBG teammate chant Hindustan Zindabad before reviving his life

It seemed that the gamer in question requested all Indian PUBG player to follow this action and not to save Pakistani and Chinese players’ lives unless they hear Hindustan Zindabad from them.

However, before picking up this potential new trend, it’s worth noting that The CisTheta Global acts as a satirical website. The site is famous for criticizing temporary events in a hilarious way and all the articles on the website are satire.

Mensxp.com
The article about this incident was published on Mensxp.com

Unfortunately, Mensxp.com fell for this and treated the incident as truth, publishing it on its own website. While the article did say it was unsure if the incident was true, it still released the post anyway.

Nevertheless, Mensxp.com has since removed its article.

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