Sardar Bhajan Singh’s family was torn apart during partition. Aziz went to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir while the rest of the family stayed in India. Aziz desperately hoped that he would meet his estranged family again. The families of both got information about each other from posts on social media. It became clear that these two are brothers and sisters who got separated during partition. After that the families of both contacted each other and decided to meet in Kartarpur Corridor.
Mahendra Kaur was overjoyed to meet her brother after many years. They embraced their brother again and again, kissing his hand. After this both the families visited Darbar Saheb Gurdwara and had dinner together. They gave gifts to each other as a symbol of this meeting. Kartarpur administration also joined in their joy. He gave wreaths and sweets to both the families.
The Kartarpur Corridor connects Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Punjab province, the final resting place of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, and Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur district of Punjab state, India. Indian Sikh pilgrims have visa-free access to visit Darbar Sahib through this four-km-long corridor.