Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened emotional bonding in families and urged social science students and universities to carry out research on the family life during pandemic.
"COVID pandemic gave us an opportunity to know ourselves a little better and look within.
Though it forced us to ensure social distancing but it strengthen emotional bonding in families.
I would want social science students and universities should research the family life during COVID pandemic," said PM Modi during virtual 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021.'
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