PM addresses Bohra Muslims: I feel a part of your community

TIL Desk/National/Indore/ Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Saifee Mosque in Indore to attend the Ashara Mubaraka — the commemoration of the martyrdom of Imam Hussain — organized by the Dawoodi Bohra community. Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj S Chouhan at the Saifee Mosque: “Aisa apne mulk se mohabaat karne wala, dusron ki madad karne wala aur anushasit agar koi samaj hai toh woh Bohra Samaj hai.”

Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, the spiritual head of the Dawoodi Bohra community responds: “May you get success in all that you do for the country.” PM Modi speaking now, says the Bohra community always follows the Prophet’s guidance and that it was an honour for him to address the community.

“I feel like a member of the Bohra community,” the PM said. He says everyone should unite to work for the greater good of the country. “Unity makes us unique from other nations,” he said. Modi said that the Ayushman Yojana has come as a savior for about 50 crore poor people of the country since it will ensure free medical treatment worth Rs 5 lakhs in one year. The trial of this scheme is underway.

Praising the Bohra community, the PM said he had an old relationship with the community. “Main ek prakaar se samaaj ka sadasya ban gaya hoon. Aaj bhi mere darwaaze aapke parivaar jaanon ke liye khule hain. My doors are still open for you.”

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