PM Modi’s Pakistani sister sends rakhi, wishes him for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Pakistani-starting sister Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, sent a rakhi before the Raksha Bandhan and created a letter requesting God for his extraordinary prosperity and long life and wishing him for the 2024 general political race. Qamar said she has made all plans and expected to meet Modi this time.
“I need to trust that he (PM Modi) will call me Delhi this time. I have done all of the plans. I made this rakhi without assistance from any other person by including a Reshmi strip with winding around design, “Shaikh as saying.
“There is no doubt, he will be the PM later on. He justifies this since he has those capacities and I wish him to be PM of India as a matter of course,” she added.
Shaikh has been sending a rakhi and a Raksha Bandhan card to Modi reliably.
Shaikh appeared in India from Pakistan after her marriage and has been living in India since. The Pakistani-starting woman said she has been tying rakhi to Modi for more than 24-25 years now.
Esteeming her memory, Shaikh said that her most noteworthy Raksha Bandhan with Modi was the place where he was an RSS-worker
Raksha Bandhan is seen on the last day of the Hindu lunar timetable month of Shravana, which ordinarily falls in the extended length of August.