The Kartarpur Corridor witnessed the pleasant reunion of two brothers who were separated during partition. Mohammad was separated from his family during the partition of India and Pakistan. Muhammad Siddiqui (80) and Habib Siddiqui (80) are the names of the two brothers. Muhammad Siddiqui lives in Pakistan's Faisalabad, while Habib, his brother dwells in Punjab's Fulanwala (Ludhiana).
Being reunited after so long, the brothers celebrated their reunion, weeping and hugging each other. Moved by this, the family members present there also got teary-eyed. The meeting brought back many memories and they relived precious moments. They claim that this corridor aids in the reunification of divided families. Officials from the Gurdwara management were also present during the meeting. A video of their meeting was also published on social media, delighting its viewers.
After 73 years, two friends reunited in the Kartarpur Corridor in November last year as well. At the time of partition, India's Sardar Gopal Singh (94) and Pakistan's Muhammad Bashir (91) were separated. In 2019, the Kartarpur Corridor brought these two friends together. The Corridor also helped bring together Dalbir Singh a resident of India, who was separated from his elder cousin Amir Singh during partition.
Corridor has been constructed in India from Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab to the International Border. This border is extended to the Narowal district of Pakistan to the Gurudwara. Kartarpur is considered to be the first Gurdwara and its foundation was laid by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. There is a visa-free travel arrangement for the pilgrims going from India to pay their respects here.