Kartarpur (Pakistan): Partition of India and Pakistan (India-Pakistan Partition) There are many stories related to it. Many families were separated during the partition in 1947. Some settled in Pakistan and some remained in India. Kartarpur Corridor in Pakistan (Kartarpur Corridor) In 74 years, two brothers who had separated during the partition met. Mohammad Siddiq of Pakistan and Habib alias Cheela of India met after 7 decades and wept together. social media (Social Media) But the pictures and videos of the meeting of these two brothers went viral.
Siddiq lives in Faisalabad, Pakistan and his brother Cheela, whose earlier name was Habib, lives in Punjab, India. Both the brothers had separated before the partition in 1947 and now they met after 74 years at the Kartarpur Gurdwara. On this occasion, 80-year-old Siddiq and Cheela cried a lot while hugging each other. The pain of partition was still alive in their eyes.
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Siddiq requested to meet his brother through YouTube channel, after which both the families contacted and met. Cheela tells Siddiq that her mother is no longer in this world and Cheela has not married yet.
According to media reports, both these brothers have thanked the Government of India-Pakistan for opening the Kartarpur Corridor and providing visa-free travel facilities. Let us inform that Kartarpur Corridor is located in Pakistan which was opened in November 2019.
Videos and pictures of the meeting of these two separated brothers at Gurdwara Sahib in Kartarpur went viral on social media. Many users from India and Pakistan made emotional comments on them and appreciated the Government of India and Pakistan for opening the Kartapur Corridor. There are many such stories related to the pain of the partition of India-Pakistan, in which many families met after years. Books were written on some of these stories and films were also made on some.
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