INTERACTION FROM PM MODI MADE US FEEL LIKE FAMILY, SAYS INDIAN-DIASPORA MEMBER SHUJAUDDIN SHABBIR IN CAIRO.

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“Today is a very historic day because Prime Minister Narendra Modi came here to the Al-Hakim Mosque,” said Shujauddin Shabbir Tambawala.

We are over the moon today because we got to meet PM Modi, he continued. He chatted with us and asked how our Bohra community was doing in a way that made us feel like family. He was interested to learn about the mosque’s history as he wandered around it and was informed about it by locals.

In addition, he claimed that Mufaddal Saifuddin’s son Shahzada Husain Burhanuddin travelled all the way from Africa to welcome PM Modi and show him around the mosque.

In Cairo, Egypt, the Al-Hakim Mosque is a notable historical and cultural landmark from the 11th century. The mosque is a symbol of the rich cultural legacy that Egypt and India share.

The amazing renovation of the Al-Hakim mosque, made possible by the Dawoodi Bohra community’s persistent commitment and assistance, gives the PM’s visit even more significance.

From June 24 to 25, Prime Minister Modi will be in Egypt for the first time.

Additionally strengthening the historical ties between the two nations, the Prime Minister visited the Heliopolis War Grave Cemetery in Egypt earlier today and paid tribute to Indian troops who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War.

WE FELT LIKE FAMILY WHEN PM MODI INTERACTED

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