75 years ago, separated in partition, now met nephew in Kartarpur Sahib
- 2:45 AM August 9, 2022
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Aug 09, 2022 | 8:13 am
India's 75 -year time is being completed. But now there are some such wounds, which are constantly being endured by some families. In fact, members of many families were separated at the time of India's partition and Pakistan came into existence. After the partition, so far there are many families who are still trying to meet each other. A similar desire has been fulfilled by 92 -year -old Saravan Singh, a 92 -year -old resident of Punjab. He has recently met his brother's family after 75 years, that too at the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan. When India was partitioned in 1947, many of his relatives were killed during the furious riots. Saravan Singh's brother's son was then 6 years old. His name was Mohan Singh. After the riots, he was raised by the Muslim family of Pakistan. In such a situation, he was named Abdul Khalik. Saravan Singh and his nephew Abdul Khalik met at the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara. During this time some members of both families were also present.
Saravan Singh hugged his brother's son Mohan Singh at Kartarpur Sahib, the last resting place of Guru Nanak Dev. Mohan is now known as Abdul Khalik, who grew up in a Muslim family in Pakistan. Khalik's relative Muhammad Naeem said after returning from the Kartarpur corridor, Khalik Saheb touched his uncle's feet and hugged him for several minutes. He said that both uncle and nephew spent four hours together and brought back memories and shared ways to live in their respective countries.
On their reunion, relatives garlanded them and rose on them The petals also rain. Khalik's relative Javed quoted him as saying, "We cannot express our feelings in words, but it is God's blessings that we meet again after 75 years." He said that Singh said that Singh stays with his nephew for a long period After receiving a visa for, you can come to Pakistan. Saravan Singh's Nawase Parvinder said that Mohan Singh was six years old at the time of partition and he is now Muslim, because a Muslim family in Pakistan had brought him up.
Two YouTubers of India and Pakistan played an important role in joining uncle and nephew after 75 years. YouTuber of Jandiala has documented several stories related to partition and a few months ago he met Saravan Singh and posted his life story on his YouTube channel. Cross the border, a Pakistani YouTuber told the story of Mohan Singh who was separated from his family during the partition. Incidentally, a person of Punjabi origin living in Australia watched both videos and helped to join relatives. Saravan told in a video that his separated nephew had two thumbs in one hand and there was a big mole on the thigh.Read more: Bihar Political Crisis: Tuesday, JDU, RJD and HAM called a meeting of Legislature Party for Bihar politics
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2:45 AM August 9, 2022