Lahore: Mahendra Kaur, 81, from India, was reunited with her 78-year-old brother Sheikh Abdul Aziz from Pakistan. A man and his sister separated during partition 75 years ago Kartarpur Meet again in the corridor. social media An emotional meeting was made possible through this information was given in a media report.
India’s Mahendra Kaur, 81, was reunited with her 78-year-old brother Sheikh Abdul Aziz from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir at the Kartarpur Corridor after she learned through a social media post that they were siblings separated during Partition in 1947. Were.
Division Sardar Bhajan Singh’s family was tragically torn apart from the Indian part of Punjab, when Aziz relocated to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, while other members of his family remained in India.
He got married at a young age but always longed to be reunited with his parents and other family members. After connecting through a social media post detailing the separation of a man and his sister during Partition, the two families learned that Mahendra and Aziz were actually separated siblings.
Overwhelmed with joy, Mahendra Kaur repeatedly hugged her brother and kissed his hands and the two families also visited Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur on Sunday, sitting together.
They also exchanged gifts as a mark of their reunion. After the amicable reunion, the Kartarpur administration garlanded both the families and distributed sweets. The Kartarpur Corridor connects Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Punjab province, the final resting place of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, in India’s Punjab state Gurdaspur With Dera Baba Nanak Temple in Distt.
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