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Sikh Brother, Muslim Sister: Siblings Separated In 1947 Meet Each Other At Kartarpur Gurdwara

Ever since Kartarpur corridor opened up, it has united several families which got separated during partition between India and Pakistan in 1947. A similar heartwarming story has again come to light on social media. Man Aman Singh Chhina, a journalist based out of Chandigarh tweeted about siblings who got separated during partition. The brother is now a Sikh living in India and the sister is a Muslim from Pakistan. He said that the long separated siblings have finally united through Kartarpur corridor.   "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," he tweeted. 

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