Meet Qamar Mohsin, Pakistani lady who sends Rakhi to PM Modi every year

Raksha Bandhan which is also called as Rakshabandhanam is a famous traditionally Hindu, annual rite, or ceremony celebrated in India, Nepal and other parts of the Indian subcontinent including people across the world influenced by Hindu culture. ‘Raksha Bandhan’ is celebrated on August 3rd.

Ahead of this auspicious occasion, people are sending rakhis to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, Pakistani sister Qamar Mohsin Shaikh also sent PM Modi a Rakhi by post.

Qamar Mohsin Shaikh also prayed for his well being and longevity. The Pakistani sister has been tying rakhi to Modi for the past 25 years. She went on to add saying that her husband Mohsin and son Sufian are also massive fans of PM Modi.

Talking to a news channel, Qamar confirmed that she will surely go to the national capital if she gets a call from PM Narendra Modi. She also highlighted that the Prime Minister is a very simple man and strives hard for the welfare of the people. She added that two of her Pakistani sisters also want to tie rakhi to PM Modi.

Qamar, a native of Pakistan married a man of Indian origin and is now living in Ahmedabad. She said that, “I get the opportunity to tie ‘Rakhi’ to elder brother once every year, I’m happy. I pray that the next five years go so well for him that the whole world recognises the positive decisions he made.” Qamar also added that she will present Modi with a painting made by her husband.

She also showered praise on the centre’s move to bring a law against Triple Talaq. She asserted that, “There is no provision of instant triple talaq in the Quran and Islam. No other than him could have taken this step (formation of law). He has done a very good job in the interests of Muslim women.”