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PM Modi calls on top Indian gamers to develop ‘Swachh Bharat’ game

PM Modi calls on top Indian gamers to develop 'Swachh Bharat'PM Modi calls on top Indian gamers to develop 'Swachh Bharat'

PM Modi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently engaged in dialogue with prominent Indian gamers, delving into various topics including the distinction between gaming and gambling, as well as the participation of women in the gaming industry. Video footage of the interaction captures PM Modi’s evident curiosity as he poses probing questions to the gamers.

On Saturday, April 13, the pictures of PM Modi playing a few games were made public. Additionally, he exhorted players to email his office a list of all their issues along with the precise details.

Prominent Indian gamers such as Animesh Agarwal, Naman Mathur, Mithilesh Patankar, Payal Dhare, Tirth Mehta, Ganesh Gangadhar, and Anshu Bisht were among those who took part in the conversation.

ANI quoted PM Modi, expressing that regulating gaming may not be ideal due to the inherent tendency of government intervention. He suggested either imposing restrictions through legislation or adapting to the specific needs of the country. He emphasized the importance of bringing gaming under an organized, legal framework to enhance its reputation. Additionally, he remarked that once achieved, it would be challenging for anyone to undermine it.

PM Modi, while encouraging gamers to consider developing games on diverse topics like ‘Swachh Bharat,’ indicated that unnecessary government intervention in the form of a regulatory body for gaming is not required for the middle class.

PM Modi elaborated, stating, “I aim to elevate the nation to a point where by 2047,… It is during challenging times that the poor require government assistance the most.” He emphasized that Swachh Bharat should primarily focus on cleanliness and expressed, “Every child should engage with this initiative.”

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