A recent reunion of a brother and his sister from India and Pakistan have made people happy on both sides of the border.

Mahinder Kaur, an 81 year old lady, came to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, Kartarpur, Pakistan, from India while her brother Aziz Azad, who is now 78 years old, came from Azad Kashmir. Both the siblings travelled to Kartarpur along with their families on Monday.

Kartarpur is a 4 km-long Corridor in Pakistan which offers visa-free access to Indian Sikh pilgrims to pay a visit to the sacred Darbar Sahib.

Both the siblings belong to the Bhajan Singh family who was residing in the Indian Punjab at the time of partition. After the partition, Aziz Azad moved to the Kashmir in Pakistan while his other family members chose to stay in the Indian Punjab.

According to Hindustan Times, Aziz made several attempts to meet his family, however, they were not successful. Later, with the help of a social media post, both the brother and sister came to know that they are estranged siblings.

Up on meeting his brother in Kartarpur, Mahinder hugged him and kissed his hands. The siblings also visited the Darbar together and shared a meal there.

Mahinder thanked the Government of Pakistan and India for creating the Kartarpur corridor.

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