On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Raksha Bandhan with young girls at his New Delhi home. The young women who tied the rakhi on Prime Minister Modi’s wrist were the offspring of sweeping staff, peons, gardeners, drivers, and other individuals employed in the Prime Minister’s Office in the South Block at Raisina Hill.
PM Modi posted pictures of the ceremony along with the statement, “A lovely Raksha Bandhan with these children.”
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu holiday observed on the final day of the Hindu lunar calendar month of Shravan. Earlier today, Prime Minister Modi sent wishes to everyone on this occasion.
On the important occasion of Raksha Bandhan, greetings to everybody, he tweeted.
Before the important day of Raksha Bandhan, Modi’s Pakistani sister Qamar Mohsin Shaikh gave him a Rakhi along with wishes for the general election of 2024 and good health.
According to Qamar, she has made all necessary arrangements and anticipates seeing PM Modi this time.
“I’m hoping PM Modi would give me the Delhi call this time. I completed all the necessary planning. This rakhi was handmade by me using Reshmi ribbon with embroidery,” she said.