Two Brothers Across Punjab Border Reunited After 74 Years Of Partition. Video Inside

The opening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor has helped many people not only in religious aspects but also so personally. Earlier, a news story went viral in which two friends Sardar Gopal Singh, 94, from India’s Amritsar and Muhammad Bashir, 91, from Pakistan’s Narowal rejoined each other at Guru Nanak’s birthday in the Gurdwara Sahib of Kartarpur. Both the friends met after 74 years of partition.

And now, again a similar video has been surfacing all over the internet. A video which has been shared by Twitter user Gagandeep Singh and In the video, two elderly brothers across the Punjab reunited after 74 years. The two brothers who were parted away at time of partition met at Kartrapur Sahib corridor. The two brothers would have never imagined that reunion would be possible 74 years later.

Both of them were filled with emotions and hugged each other which shows that they still share a good bond.  Moreover, the heart-warming video caught social media’s attention and people started sharing their heartening feelings through their posts too.

The identities of these brothers are yet not known, but they undoubtedly gave everyone a reason to smile.

ALSO REA | Two Friends Separated In Partition 1947, Get Reunited After 74 Years At Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor which was closed earlier in 2020 due to Covid pandemic has reopened last year. It was opened two days ahead of Gurupurab 2021 which cherished all the pilgrims.

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