Indian, Pakistani brothers reunite 75 yrs after Partition with help of YouTuber

Separation of families is part of a series of heart-wrenching consequences of the 1947 Partition. Decades later, a Pakistani farmer is helping reunite families separated by Partition. Dhillon, 38, a Muslim Pakistani farmer and real estate agent has helped reunite about 300 families through his YouTube channel together with his friend Bhupinder Singh, a Pakistani Sikh. The brothers finally met in January at Kartarpur corridor, a rare, visa-free crossing that allows Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit a temple in Pakistan.

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