Kartarpur Corridor Family Meet-Up: 75 years after the partition of India-Pakistan, a man and his sister are reunited on the Kartarpur Corridor. The meeting of these two was possible through social media. Mahinder Kaur living in India is now 81 years old. She met her 78-year-old brother Sheikh Abdul Aziz from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir through the Kartarpur Corridor.
According to Dawn News, the two came to know through social media posts that they were siblings who were separated during the 1947 partition. . During the partition of India-Pakistan, the family of Bhajan Singh, living in Punjab, India, was in mourning. During Partition, Abdul Aziz of Singh’s family moved to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, while other members of his family remained in India. After which Aziz got married at a young age. However, Aziz always wished to be reunited with his parents and other family members.
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The post was shared on social media that the siblings were separated during the partition. After connecting through this post, both the families came to know that Mahendra and Aziz are actually siblings. Mahinder Kaur had tears of joy in her eyes after seeing her brother during the meeting. Mahinder Kaur repeatedly hugged her brother and kissed his hands.
Another separated family meetup at Kartarpur Corridor (a Corridor of Peace). Mr Sheikh Abdul Aziz and his sister Mohinder Kaur who got separated at the time of partition in 1947 met at Gurdwara Sri Darbar Sahib Kartarpur.
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Also, both the families visited Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur on Sunday. Both the families also gave gifts to each other as a sign of reunion. Kartarpur administration garlanded both the families and distributed sweets in the joy of meeting the brothers and sisters.
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