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PM Modi launches 'National Counter Strike Portal' to train youth in military warfare

05, Jul 2015 By Adarsh Baser

New Delhi: Adding yet another feather in their hat, Modi government in the first week of July launched Digital India week at Delhi. Digital India, which is a brainchild of PM Narendra Modi’s vision to bring good governance and reduce corruption, got excellent response from both industry and society. Along with PM, on the dais were Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Union I&B Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, along with top industrial honchos including CEO’s and Director’s of top Indian Companies.

India is ready for a digital war
India is ready for a digital war

While #DigitalIndia was trending all over Social Media, Defence Minister Manohar Parikar made an announcement. He announced at a Press Conference about the launch of National Counter Strike Portal (NCSP) as a step to train youth in combating possible militant attacks and generate a feeling of patriotism among youth. “You have to neutralise Terrorists using Counter Terrorists only”, said the Defence Minister.

In a special interview given to Faking News, Union HRD minister Smriti Irani confirmed addition of NCSP as a credit course for all the Affiliated Universities under UGC and an extra subject to be introduced in CBSE and government schools. PM Modi nominated All India Engineers Federation (AIEF) to bring maximum top class players from all the corners of the country. College students all over the country welcomed this decision.

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif, blamed Manohar Parrikar of copying the complete idea of Counter Strike from Pakistan. “The game defines Pakistani forces and the terrorist forces,” he said. Meanwhile, China stopped its exports of computer and laptop accessories to India as a move to slow down the policy.

Sources said that this will be the prime idea of PM Modi in his upcoming Mann Ki Baat urging players from all over the country to post their selfies with the hashtag #SelfiePlayingCounterStrike as a strategic move to show India’s youth strength at the international level. PM is also planning to meet Top Game Developers like Rockstar Games and Valve Corporations and asked them to make India specific games like GTA Mumbai City and then extend its development to 10 cities including Varanasi and New Delhi.