Islamabad, Jan. 21 (ANI): Shopkeepers in Pakistan have been told not to stock 'anti-Pakistan' games as they reportedly portray the country's security forces in bad light.
Shops were asked to stop selling the controversial Medal of Honor: Warfighter and Call of Duty: Black Ops II after the All Pakistan CD, DVD, Audio Casette Traders and Manufacturers Association received multiple complaints against the games, reports The Express Tribune.
According to the report, the first-person shooter games show Pakistan's security forces collaborating with terrorists.
President of the association Saleem Memon said he had written to members ordering against selling these games.
Memon was quoted, as saying that the games show Pakistan in a very poor light. He said there was a danger children would be brainwashed into thinking foreign agents were at war inside Karachi, possibly leading them into the arms of militants. (ANI)