PM Modi talks about PUBG

Video: If the mother complained to the child then the PM asked – what is this PUBG? PM Modi talks about PUBG

If the mother complained to the child then the PM asked - what is this PUBG?: "PM Modi talks about PUBG" - PM Narendra Modi Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 2019: PM also appealed to the parents of the students saying that do not pressure the children to social status, but instead understand them as friends … Continue reading Video: If the mother complained to the child then the PM asked – what is this PUBG? PM Modi talks about PUBG
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If the mother complained to the child then the PM asked – what is this PUBG?: “PM Modi talks about PUBG”PM Narendra Modi Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 2019: PM also appealed to the parents of the students saying that do not pressure the children to social status, but instead understand them as friends and try to understand the children too.

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 2019: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is discussing the exams with students at the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi on January 29. 2.0 Through this program, the Prime Minister is giving a direct examination to millions of youth in the country and giving them the examination tips and some inspiration while increasing their morale. During the interaction with the students, Modi told them that there is a very big world outside the examinations. At the same time, he appealed to the parents of the students and said that not to pressure the children on social status, but to become friends with them and try to understand the children too. However, when Modi referring to the game of PUBG in this program, not everyone in the program can stop his laugh.

PM Modi talks about PUBG

PM Modi Talks About PUBG

In fact, a woman asked the question of PM Modi how to keep children away from online games. Answering the question, Modi said in a funny way: – What is the occupation? After taking the name of PUBG, the entire stadium was echoed with applause. At the same time, Modi said that you cannot keep children away from technology, yes it is definitely that technology should be used properly and for the right things. Parents also have the responsibility to give children the correct information about the technology. Modi further said that there is also an online game problem and solution too. He appealed to the students to move from play station to playfield.

If you talk about PUBG, then this online game is becoming very popular in India too. At the same time, there are also considerable losses, many addictions have also been reported due to its addiction. In Gujarat, there is a complete ban on PUBG. It may be noted that Modi recently wrote a book for the students, English Warrior also.

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