The video of the meeting of these two brothers is going viral on social media.
Islamabad, The Kartarpur Corridor of Pakistan has once again become a means of joining two hearts. Due to the Kartarpur Corridor, two separated brothers got a chance to meet after 74 years. The two brothers were separated due to the partition of India and Pakistan. But, now after 74 years, both the brothers have met. This moment was very special for both the brothers. The names of both the brothers are Muhammad Siddiqui (80) and Habib Habib alias Shela. Muhammad Siddiqui lives in Faisalabad in Pakistan and Habib lives in Fullanwala in Punjab, India.
Seeing each other after such a long time in Kartarpur Corridor, both of them got emotional and wept and hugged each other. The video of the meeting of these two brothers is going viral on social media. In this video, both the brothers are seen with their respective relatives in the Kartarpur Corridor. Apart from the family, the officers of the Gurdwara management are also seen in this video.
Kartarpur Sahib corridor has reunited two elderly brothers across the Punjab border after 74 years. The two brothers had parted ways at the time of partition. A corridor of reunion 🙏 pic.twitter.com/g2FgQco6wG
– Gagandeep Singh (@Gagan4344) January 12, 2022
This is not the first time that the Kartapur Corridor has become a means of reuniting the separated people. Earlier in November last year, two separated friends met at this place after 74 years. Sardar Gopal Singh (94), living in India, was separated from his childhood friend Mohammad Bashir (91) of Pakistan at the time of Partition.
Corridor has been constructed in India from Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab to Pakistan border. At the same time, the corridor has been constructed till the Gurudwara in Narowal district of Pakistan. This place has been called Kartarpur Sahib Corridor. Kartarpur Sahib is a holy pilgrimage site for the Sikhs. It is located in the Narowal district of Pakistan. At the same time, Kartarpur is considered to be the first Gurdwara and its foundation was laid by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. There is a visa-free travel arrangement for the pilgrims going from India to pay their respects here.