When India’s PM Modi Ji Says “PUBG Wala Hai Kya” And Explained Addiction As Well As Technology

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PM Modi on PUBG

As we know that Players Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) has become very popular around the world and everyone is talking about this battle royale game. So, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talk about PUBG game during the Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 event in Delhi today morning. Yes, you are reading right as PM Modi started the conversation with “Yeh PUBG Wala Hai Kya”.

Yes, that’s right! When a worried mother expressing her worry over the issue asserted that her son is deflected from studies and is addicted to online games and the PM Narendra Modi Ji playfully said: “PUBG wala hai kya?”.But the great thing he also seriously explained about PUBG Mobile addiction as well as technology in general.

He said “the board exam is not the exam for life. Board exam is just like any other exam. Kuch khilaune ke tootne se bachpan nahi marta. The board exam is not the exam for life. It does not stop our lives. But exams are important for us,” said Narendra Modi”

“Explore ways in which you encourage your children towards accepting and understanding technology.” “But remember, technology should be used to expand our horizons, not to let it shrink us in our life. It should not be allowed to narrow us down, as that would be very harmful for us,” he added.

Check out this full click of PM Narendra Modi Ji’s On PUBG:

“Like everything else, technology too comes with its positives and negatives. As parents, we must guide our children to get the most from technology. Encourage their inquisitiveness on learning about various apps… like how to build something, or cook something,” he said.

“I would request parents, do not expect your children to fulfil your unfulfilled dreams. Every child has his or her own potential and strengths… It is important to understand these positives of every child,” PM Modi said.

“Then this is both the problem and the solution. If we want our kids to turn away from technology, then they will fall behind.”


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