Junejo

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Junejo is a Samma Sindhi Rajput tribe in Sindh and in some parts of India, mostly in Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Punjab. Their primary language is Hindi and Gujarat.[citation needed]

Among the Sindhi Hindu community, Juneja is a common surname and many Junejo people originally from Sindh migrated to India during the independence in 1947. The Junejo are also known as Jam in some circles. They are mostly involved in agriculture-related industries.[citation needed]

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