PM Narendra Modi's Pakistani Sister sends him Special Rakhi, Wishes for his good health

Qamar Mohsin from Pakistan said, "I wish him(PM Modi) a happy Raksha Bandhan. I pray for him every day for his good health and long life."

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Published on 20 Aug 2021 8:43 AM GMT
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New Delhi: On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Pakistani sister of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Qamar Mohsin Shaikh has sent him Rakhi and greetings. Qamar Mohsin said, 'I pray for his good health and long life. I saw him on TV recently meeting the players. Being the mother of a sportsperson, it seems that he will invite me to Delhi to tie rakhi. My son Sufain Sheikh is one of the youngest swimmers in the world and has won many awards.'

PM Modi's Pakistani sister sends Rakhi:

Qamar Mohsin said, "I wish him a happy Raksha Bandhan. I pray for him every day for his good health and long life. I saw on television the way he met sports personalities recently. Being the mother of a sportsperson, I believe he will call me and my family to Delhi for tying a rakhi. My son Sufain Shaikh is one of the world's youngest swimmers who has won many awards."

She said, "This is his (PM Modi''s) quality. He is always encouraging people to work for the country. He is doing an appreciable work for the country".

She said, "He is handling the vaccination drive smartly. People who used to fear getting vaccination are now getting it with his encouraging words."

Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, who came to India from Pakistan after marriage, recalled her memory and said that her first Raksha Bandhan with Modi was when he was an RSS worker. Shaikh also told that she has been tying Rakhi to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for more than 20-25 years.

Festival of Raksha Bandhan:

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the last day of the month of Shravan according to the Hindu calendar, which usually falls in the month of August.

Last year, Qamar Mohsin Shaikh could not meet Prime Minister Modi due to the Corona crisis, so she sent the Rakhi & gifts to PM Modi through post.

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