Separated During Partition, Indian Man Gets Pak Visa To Meet Brother

The Pakistan High Commission said the two brothers separated in 1947 and were recently reunited after 74 years at Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

New Delhi- Pakistan High Commission to India on Friday issued a visa to Sika Khan to visit his brother Muhammed Siddique and family members in Pakistan.

"Today, Pakistan High Commission issues a visa to Sika Khan to visit his brother, Muhammed Siddique and other family members in Pakistan. The two brothers separated in 1947 were recently reunited after 74 years at Kartarpur Sahib Corridor. Sika Khan also met with CDA Aftab Hasan Khan and interacted with Mission's officers. He appreciated his interaction and thanked the CDA for the cooperation extended to him," tweeted Pakistan High Commission to India.

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