Cairo [Egypt]June 25 (ANI): Shujauddin Shabbir Tambawala, one of the members of the Indian diaspora who was also at the Hakim Mosque, shared his excitement and said that when he met with When Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts, it feels like family. On a two-day visit to Egypt.
Shujauddin Shabbir Tambawala mentioned, “Today is a very historic day because Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to Hakim Mosque”.
He added: “We were at cloud seven today because we were able to meet PM Modi. He interacted with us and also asked about the wellbeing of our Bohra community in a family way. He was walking around the mosque and people here Told him the history behind this and he was eager to learn about it.”
Furthermore, he said that Mufadar Saifuddin’s son, Shahzada Hussain Burhandin, came from Africa to welcome Prime Minister Modi and showed him the mosque.
Al Hakim Mosque is an important historical and cultural site of the 11th century in Cairo, Egypt. The mosque is a testament to the rich cultural heritage shared by India and Egypt.
Adding even more significance to the Prime Minister’s visit was the remarkable restoration of the Hakim Mosque, which was made possible through the unwavering dedication and support of the Daoudi Bohra community.
Prime Minister Modi will pay his first state visit to Egypt on June 24-25.
Earlier today, the Prime Minister also visited the Heliopolis War Cemetery in Egypt and paid tribute to Indian soldiers who made great sacrifices in World War I, further strengthening the historic bond between the two countries. (Arnie)
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