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Jay Panda questions Bollywood’s links with Pakistan based mafia and ISI.

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BJP Vice President Jay Panda took to social media to put out some shocking allegations on Bollywood stars. The politician didn’t name any star in his tweet but claimed that he has come across some shocking threads documenting personal and business links of some Bollywood personalities with certain Pakistanis and NRIs that have an undeniable track record of encouraging violence in Jammu & Kashmir.

Panda also spoke about the same in a recent interview and claimed that ISIS is using social media to promote violence and many people who are doing this are in contact with some Bollywood celebs.

He tweeted, “Came across shocking threads documenting personal & business links of some Bollywood personalities with certain Pakistanis & NRIs with undeniable track record encouraging violence in J&K, who have verifiable links to ISI & Pak army. I urge patriotic Bollywoodies to renounce them.”

In an interview with Times Now, he shared, “I think there has been a lot of reportage in the past about Bollywood’s links with mafias, with getting funding from the underworld. These underworld links and agencies having clear links with Pakistan, living in Pakistan. It was expected that there must have been some clean up by now but clearly not everything has been cleaned by. But now, India has been taking different kinds of attacks lined down for a long time, we are pushing back. I think these ISIS handlers are pushing for violence on social media and I think they get credibility as they are seen partying with Indian celebrities.”

“Whatever may be the past, at least from present, now that it is clear that they have a relationship with Pakistan, they should not continue it,” he added.

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PUBG Mobile India rival FAU-G game launching soon.

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Indian gaming firm nCore had beforehand stated that added {that a} crew of over 25 programmers, artists, testers, and designers, who’ve labored on prime gaming titles previously, are at the moment growing FAU-G game.

While PUBG Mobile India is gearing up to launch soon, nCore Games is set to release one of the most awaited FAU-G action game. The company previously confirmed that the FAU-G game will be released later in November and will be available for download on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The exact launch date of the FAU-G game is yet to be revealed by the company.

FAU-G was announced soon after the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile alongside other Chinese apps in the country. The game developer, nCore Games, confirmed that FAU-G isn’t the real successor to PUBG Mobile as it will be an action game. It has also been officially confirmed that the first episode of FAU-G will be on the Galwan Valley episode.

There has been a lot of excitement in the gaming community ever since FAU-G has been announced. Interestingly, the game is also backed by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.

Vishal Gondal, who heads nCore Games, previously revealed that the developers are focusing a lot on the graphics of the game. The company aims to launch a game at par with the international level games.

Meanwhile, PUBG Corporation is preparing to relaunch PUBG Mobile as PUBG Mobile India in the country. The company has already released the trailer of the PUBG Mobile India and it hints that it will launch very soon. However, the launch date has not been revealed as of yet.

To relaunch the game in the country PUBG will first need to address all concerns raised by the government and once that is done the game will get a go ahead to be available for users in the country, again. Meanwhile, some reports suggest that the PUBG Mobile India APK link and Google Play Store link were available on the official website briefly. Several rumours suggest that the PUBG Mobile India could release in a few weeks from now.

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