Humans never forget childhood memories. Especially, childhood friends with whom we spend our best moments. Today we are going to tell you about a similar story, which will make your eyes moist after reading it.
Humans never forget childhood memories. Especially, childhood friends with whom we spend our best moments. Today we are going to tell you about a similar story, which will make your eyes moist after reading it. Many people lost their friends and relatives during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. Sardar Gopal Singh and Muhammad Bashir were also among them. But luck got both of them together after 74 years. When these two friends met at Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur, they became emotional. Both the friends became very emotional after meeting. People were standing near them, they also became emotional.
Sardar Gopal Singh, 94 from India & 91 year old Muhammad Bashir from Narowal were separated in 1947 due to partition and met once again in Kartarpur, #Pakistan.
Both hugged each other having moist eyes when they saw each other after 74 years pic.twitter.com/Jn6DLVLPbc
— Aarif Shah (@aarifshaah) November 22, 2021
Arif Shah has shared this lovely picture and story through Twitter.
Bashir, 91, living in Narowal, Pakistan, did not know that he would ever be able to meet Gopal, his friend living in India. At the age of 94, it was emotional for Sardar Gopal to meet Bashir in this way.
Religion and pilgrimage aside for a moment… this is a heart-warming story from Kartarpur Sahib ❤️❤️
The Kartarpur Corridor reunited two nonagenarians friends, Sardar Gopal Singh (94) from India and Muhammad Bashir (91) from Pakistan. They had got separated in 1947. pic.twitter.com/VnKoxhKxLb
— Harjinder Singh Kukreja (@SinghLions) November 22, 2021
This story is really touching. After knowing this story, people want to know more such story. Do you also know any person who got separated from loved ones during Partition? If you have any information, then do let us know by commenting.
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