New Delhi: A Pakistan-origin woman, Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, who is the news for sending rakhi to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On Sunday (August 7).
PM Modi received the rakhi from Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, along with a letter in which she had wished him all the best for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, She also wished him good health.
In the letter she had also mentioned that she will meet PM Modi this time, and she had made all the preparations.
One of the best thing about this Rakhi is she has made it herself using a Reshmi ribbon with embroidery design. She also said that she has no doubt that PM Modi will be elected the PM of India once again.
Who is Qamar Mohsin Shaikh?
Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, is the same woman from Pakistan who had come to India after her marriage. Since then she has been living in India. She said that she considers PM Modi as her brother and this is why she sends him rakhi letters every year.
She also said that she has been trying to tie rakhi in the wrist of PM Modi every year for Raksha Bandhan for the past 25-30 years.
Qamar Mohsin Shaikh said that the bond between them is similar to that of any brother and sister.
Going back to the memory lane she initially celebrated Raksha Bandhan with Narendra Modi when he was an RSS worker and has been sending him Rakhi and a letter on the occasion ever since.
Known him since the time he was an RSS worker & have been tying him #rakhi for past 24 years. There has been no difference in his behaviour. It is just that he has got busy so we get less time, apart from that everything else is same: Qamar Mohsin Shaikh, PM Modi’s Rakhi sister pic.twitter.com/cDfeNQML8H
— ANI (@ANI) August 26, 2018
This time I thought he (PM) must be busy but 2 days back he called up, I was very happy to know that; started preparing: Qamar Mohsin Shaikh pic.twitter.com/tNi8xARHMa
— ANI (@ANI) August 6, 2017
Raksha Bandhan 2022:
Raksha Bandhan is a festival which is celebrated across India every year to mark the bond between a brother and sister.
This year, Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on August 11, 2022, while some will be celebrating it on August 12.