After the ban of the gaming app ‘Pub-G’, Indian Made ‘Fauji’ app has now been created. Which will soon be launched by actor Akshay Kumar. Also, he also said that 20 percent of the earnings from this game will be given to ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ Trust. So that their families can help.
20% Of Income From FAU-G Will Be Donated To ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ Trust
The battle game app ‘Pub-G’, which was popular among youngsters, has finally been banned by the Indian government. After which there was sadness among many youths. On social media, several phoney mimes and Pub-G lovers were seen to be blown off. There was a different craze in the country regarding pub-ji. The maximum number of youth was there. In view of this, actor Akshay Kumar recently announced ‘Fauji’ game made by India. With which he also released the poster of the game. He also mentioned in his tweet that the game will be launched soon.
Supporting PM arenarendramodi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game,Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust #FAUG pic.twitter.com/Q1HLFB5hPt
– Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) September 4, 2020
Sharing the poster of gaming app ‘Fauji’, Akshay Kumar also shared some important information about the app. The actor said that the players will be entertained through ‘Fauji’ game but at the same time they will get to know many stories about the sacrifice of soldiers. He also informed that 20% of the earnings from this game app made by India will be given to “Bharat Ke Veer” Trust. This trust home ministry has formed to help the families of the martyred soldiers. He will also help them through this game.
This time the 118 Chinese app includes pub-g as well as big apps like WeChat Work, Ludo World-Ludo Superstar, Beauty Camera Plus, and Applock. The Ministry of Information and Technology had decided to ban the app. Actually, this decision was taken only after Chinese incursion into Indian territory in Pangong Tso of eastern Ladakh. Banning the app, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology asked to ban these apps, citing the country’s security and users’ data. The ministry also says that doing so will protect the interests of mobile users in India.