Sikh Brother & Muslim Sister Who Separated During Partition In 1947 Reunite At Kartarpur

Earlier this year, we reported about a special reunion of two brothers who separated due to the India-Pakistan partition in 1947 and met after 74 years at the Kartarpur corridor. Well, another similar heartwarming story has come to light.

Taking to Twitter, a Chandigarh-based journalist Man Aman Singh Chhina, tweeted about an emotional reunion of siblings after decades of wait.

Of the two siblings, the brother is now a Sikh living in India and the sister is a Muslim residing in Pakistan. The siblings who separated during the partition finally united through the Kartarpur corridor. Man Aman Singh Chhina tweeted:

“One of the biggest advantages of Kartarpur Corridor has been that long separated siblings from 1947 have been able to meet each other. Just watched a video of a Indian brother and his Pakistani sister meeting in Kartarpur. Makes the eyes well up.”

People online were moved by their fortunate reunion.


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The partition of India and Pakistan was the most tragic event in history due to which a lot of families got separated. Thankfully, the Kartarpur Corridor was opened in 2019 allowing visa-free travel from India to Pakistan up to Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur.

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