New Delhi, January 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made the entire gathering at the Talkatora Stadium broke into laughter when he brought in a mention of online game PUBG while answering a question at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0. When a mother asked for a solution for his son, who was distracted by online games, Modi instantly asked, "Ye PUBG wala hai kya (Is this about PUBG)?" Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 Highlights: PM Narendra Modi Shares the Secret of Success Ahead of Exam Season With Students, Teachers, Parents.
Responding to the parent's query, Modi advised that taking the children of today away from technology was not a solution. He said that while parents must not stop their kids from using technology, they must check what sort of technology are children being exposed to. He also advised parents to take interest and discuss technology and new apps with their kids so that they pay attention to all the right things online.
WATCH: PM Modi's Reply to Parent Complaining About Online Games
#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
"Technology can be instrumental in connecting parents&children, parents should slowly teach children to use technology in the right manner, then children will leave PlayStation for a playground. Tech must be used to increase our capabilities," the Prime Minister said.
PM Modi, today, interacted with a cross-section of students, teachers and parents for the second edition of 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' ahead of the examination season. A total of 2,000 students, parents and teachers participated from all over India in Pariksha pe Charcha 2.0.
During the two-hour interaction, PM Modi also asked parents to not impose their "unfulfilled" wishes on their kids. "Parents who try to impose their unfulfilled wishes on their kids are a failure, they must try to recognise the potential in their children As far as expectations are concerned, we also feel like working hard when there are expectations," he said.