PM Narendra Modi’s Pakistani sister sends him Rakhi, best wishes for 2024 polls

07-08-2022 Sun 20:05 | National
PM Narendra Modi’s Pakistani sister sends him  Rakhi, best wishes for 2024 polls

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Pakistani sister Qamar Mohsin Shaikh sent Rakhi ahead of Raksha Bandhan. On the occasion, she wished for victory in the 2024 general elections. She said that she has made all arrangements to meet Prime Minister Modi for this Rakhi festival.The Rakhi is said to have been made by herself with silk ribbon and embroidery designs. She expressed hope that Modi would invite him to Delhi this time.

Mohsin Shaikh wrote a letter, along with Rakhi, wishing him to live a healthy life. He should continue the good work he was doing now. Modi will become the Prime Minister again in 2024. There is no doubt about it. He has that capability and he is the right person for it. He should be the PM every time. Mosin Shaikh sent Rakhi and Raksha Bandhan cards last year as well.

More English News
Benaras gets a 'roti ATM' to feed stray dogs and cows
Neharwali Haveli: Pervez Musharraf's Delhi connection
2 killed in accident on Hyderabad's Outer Ring Road
GHMC's women sanitation employees to undergo breast cancer screening
Telangana Budget to be presented in Assembly on Monday
Stalin pays last respects to Vani Jayaram at her residence
Pervez Musharraf passes away, condolences pour in
Lack of clarity blurs KCR's roadmap for a 'Third Front'
Andhra hostel warden dies of shock after student kills self
YSRCP rebel MLA alleges threat to life
Amartya Sen-Visva Bharati row over sliver of land turns into political slugfest
Bring back old regime of NRIs' stay in India: Narayana Murthy
Sid-Kiara follow Katrina-Vicky: No phones allowed inside wedding venue
Akhil Akkineni's pan-India film 'Agent' set for theatrical release in April
Suspicious death? Tamil Nadu police begin probe into Vani Jayaram's end