- Two separated brothers met after 74 years due to Kartarpur Corridor
- Both brothers met in Gurdwara Darbar Sahib
- Hugging each other with full eyes, the video is being shared
Kartarpur Corridor has again become a means of joining two hearts. This time due to the corridor, two separated brothers have met after 74 years. These two brothers were separated from each other due to the partition of India-Pakistan. Both the brothers have been identified as Muhammad Siddiq and his brother Habib alias Shela living in India.
After 74 years, both the brothers met with full eyes
According to the report of Pakistani media ARvoy News, 80-year-old Muhammad Siddiq lives in Faisalabad city of Pakistan. He was separated from his family at the time of partition. His brother Habib alias Shela lives in Punjab, India. Seeing each other after such a long time in the Kartarpur Corridor, their eyes filled with tears and they hugged passionately.
Video being shared on social media
A video of the meeting of these two brothers is also being shared on social media. In this, both are seen with their respective relatives in the Kartarpur Corridor. During the meeting, both the brothers were seen embracing each other passionately. Apart from the family, officers of the Gurudwara management are also seen in this video.
Two friends have already met
Earlier last year also, two separated friends were able to meet after 74 years in Kartarpur Corridor. India’s Sardar Gopal Singh parted ways with his childhood friend, now 91-year-old Mohammad Bashir, in 1947. At present Sardar Gopal Singh’s age is 94 years while Mohammad Bashir is 91 years old.
Know about Kartarpur Corridor
Corridor has been constructed in India from Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab to Pak border and while Pakistan has also constructed corridor from border to Gurdwara in Narowal district. This is called Kartarpur Sahib Corridor. Kartarpur Sahib is a holy pilgrimage site for the Sikhs. It is located in the Narowal district of Pakistan. It is three to four kilometers from Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur district of Punjab, India and about 120 kilometers from Lahore. It was the residence of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Guru of the Sikhs and it was here that he also died. In such a situation, the philosophy of this Gurudwara has a lot of importance in Sikhism.