Audience Was In Splits
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was fielding questions on parents and students on exam stress at his”Pariksha Par Charcha 2.0″
PM was reacting to some mother’s question at his”Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0″She explained her son was preventing research and has been addicted to online matches “PUBG-wala hai kya,” PM quipped, referring to the popular Video Game Prime Minister Narendra Modi today coined. . As a mother complained to the Prime Minister her son was avoiding studies and had been addicted to online games, PM Modi responded:”PUBG-wala hai kya? (is he a PUBG gamer?)” . Relatable. The audience roared with laughter.On a critical note, that the Prime Minister said it was not great to dissuade kids from tech.
“Research ways in which you encourage your kids towards accepting and understanding technology. But keep in mind, technology ought to be utilised to enlarge our horizons, maybe not to let us shrink inside our life. It shouldn’t be allowed to narrow us down, as that would be quite harmful for us,” he advised.”Like every thing else, technology comes with its positives and drawbacks. We must direct our children to get the most. Encourage their inquisitiveness about learning various programs… just like how to create some thing, or cook something.”
He said if parents tried to create those efforts, kids would hopefully move from”playstation to the park”.PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or the popular on the web multiplayer game PUBG, has been prohibited in schools from the home nation Gujarat of PM Modi. PUBG premiered in December 2017, and it has since acquired a massive fan base in India as well as internationally.