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PM Narendra Modi Coins A New Term 'PUBG Wala' For Every Kid Who Is Addicted To The Game

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of the most tech-savvy PMs the country has ever seen, and all the parents and students who attended his 'Pariksha Par Charcha 2.0' will unanimously agree. 

How often do you see a PM or any minister discuss the wildly popular game PUBG (Player Unknown's Battlegrounds) with kids? Well, PM Modi not only knows about the online games, but has also sort of coined a new term, 'PUBG Wala' for all those kids who are addicted to this game

PM Narendra Modi Coins A New Term 'PUBG Wala' For Every Kid Who Is Addicted To The Game© Wikimedia

It all started when a concerned mother complained to PM Modi about her son, who was so addicted to online games that he has started avoiding studies. When she asked for his advice, PM Modi gave a reply that filled the whole auditorium with laughter, as kids started hooting for him. 

He said, "Yeh PUBG wala hai kya? Ya fir Frontline wala hoga." PM Modi sure knows how to connect with kids, but we wonder if he lowkey likes the game too? 

PM Narendra Modi Coins A New Term 'PUBG Wala' For Every Kid Who Is Addicted To The Game© Battle Royale Games

He then said, "Technology is both a boon and a bane. If we try to take kids away from technology, then they will start going backwards in life, which is not right. We should encourage kids to use technology, but how are they using that technology? Is it making them a robot or a human?"  

He further added, "If parents show some interest in discussing technology and the latest apps with their kids. So this will make the kids feel that 'what I am doing, my parents will probably help me in it'." 

#WATCH:PM replies when a mother asks what must she do as her son, a Class-IX student is distracted by online games “Ye PUBG wala hai kya? Ye samasya bhi hai, samadhaan bhi hai, hum chahe hamare bachhe tech se door chale jayen, fr toh vo ek prakar se piche jana shuru ho jaenge" pic.twitter.com/uDjqVd4RZa

— ANI (@ANI) January 29, 2019

He also pointed out how kids today are so hooked to their smartphones all the time, "I can see that almost everyone here has a mobile phone in their hands. Some may be listening to the what the PM is saying, but others will be busy texting their friends that they are sitting here." 

He asked parents to encourage their kids to accept and understand technology, "But remember, technology should be used to expand our horizons and not shrink it. It should not narrow us. Technology should be used to expand ourselves," he said. 

He also spoke about the upcoming Board Exams saying, "the board exam is not the exam for life." Exams are important, but they don't stop one's life and neither should one be disheartened.

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