The anonymous developers in Jammu and Kashmir have designed an Android-based mobile phone game called ‘Burhan Vs Modi’ featuring Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani who have been killed by security forces and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The police cyber cell of the state have narrowed down their names and started a probe into the matter.
Burhan Muzaffar Wani was killed by Indian security forces on July 8, this year followed by chaos in Jammu and Kashmir. But it seems that months after the killing, some miscreants are trying to resurrect the militant in the form of video game. In the game, the user dons Wani’s character to shoot, kick and punch figures resembling PM Narendra Modi to win points and unlock further stages. The goal of the game appears to be ‘azadi’ (freedom) and the background music of the game is certain songs related to freedom.
Though the game is not available on Google Play Store from where the applications and games are downloaded by Android users, it has become wildly popular in the state and seen now on almost every youth’s smartphone. Teenagers in Srinagar, who have the game, told Hindustan Times that they got it from their friends’ mobile phones through file sharing applications.
Meanwhile, the probe has been started in this regard. The police cyber cell has narrowed down the photos of two Kashmiri youths that appears when the game begins with caption ‘creator of the game’ and name of certain individuals that comes in the credit section. “Yes, the game has come to our notice and we are investigating it,” HT quoted a senior officer.