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Mohammad Siqqique and Habib, two brothers who were separated during the subcontinent's split, were reunited after 74 years at Kartarpur on Tuesday.

According to reports, during the shrine visit, Siqqique, a native of Pakistan's Faisalabad, met with his elder brother Habib, who had traveled to Kartarpur from the Phullanwal district of Indian Punjab.

Mohammad Siqqique and Habib, two brothers who were separated during the subcontinent's split, were reunited after 74 years at Kartarpur on Tuesday.

According to reports, during the shrine visit, Siqqique, a native of Pakistan's Faisalabad, met with his elder brother Habib, who had traveled to Kartarpur from the Phullanwal district of Indian Punjab.

According to a report from Pakistani news outlet ARvoy News, Muhammad Siddiq, who is 80 years old, lives in the Pakistani city of Faisalabad. At the time of partition, he was separated from his family. Habib alias Shela, his brother, lives in Punjab, India.



Both brothers were seen hugging and crying as they reunited after decades in a video that went popular on social media.

Both of them broke into tears of excitement on the video, as they were unable to control their emotions.

During the meeting, Habib praised Kartarpur's initiative, saying that the corridor was essential in their reunion, and that the corridor will also aid in the reunion of other separated families.

According to reports, the brothers expressed gratitude to the governments of both nations for opening the Kartarpur Corridor, which allows visa-free travel between India and Pakistan up to Kartarpur.


For Sikhs, the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor is an important pilgrimage place. It is situated in Pakistan's Narowal district. It is around 120 kilometers from Lahore and 3-4 kilometers from Dera Baba Nanak in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab, India.


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