New Delhi: Many people including students and youth are addicted to online gambling and games, lose lakhs of money and commit suicide.
In this case, the central government released a draft bill related to online games on the 2nd. In it, it is proposed to set up a self-regulatory authority to regulate online games.
Union Minister of State for Information Technology Rajiv Chandrasekhar said: This authority, which will be registered under the Ministry of Information Technology, will have the authority to grant permission for online games.
Also, monitors the content of the games. In this commission, online companies are not allowed to dominate. The commission will work in the interests of all. This is what he said.
While this law is expected to be passed in February, parents, students and educators are currently being asked to comment on the draft bill. Also, feedback from online gaming companies, industry experts, and investors will be sought.