everyone’s talking about PUBG, the battle royale game that requires players to be the last man standing. So is Narendra Modi.
PUBG, or Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, found a mention in a conversation the prime minister had with a concerned parent at Pariksha Pe Charcha, an event held today in Delhi.
When a mother asked what she must do as her son — a Class 9 student — was distracted by online games, PM Modi asked: “Is this related to PUBG?”
Then came the advice:
“Then this is both the problem and the solution. If we want our kids to turn away from technology, then they will fall behind.”