Letting the heart do the talking.

DERA GHAZI KHAN -- Social media has played a pivotal role in reunification of families who were separated during the Partition of the subcontinent in 1947.

Chawla family of Taunsa Sharif tehsil's Nutkani village is one of those who parted ways and met after 75 years with the efforts of a vlogger.

A vlog recently went viral on social media under title 'MITHRA BHIRA' (sweet brother) and revealed the case of a family whose one brother Abdul Majeed and a sister decided to stay at Nutkani village while other members of the family left the abode and settled in a town near New Delhi. Majeed and his sister later embraced Islam. Majeed later passed away.

Vlogger helps family separated at Partition reunite

Indian vlogger Manu Mehta, who helps such families reunite, got information about the Chawla family and played a vital role in connecting the family. Mehta, along with Kirshan Kumar Chawla and his brother Dianand Kumar Chawla, came to Pakistan after getting permission from both governments and the two visited their birthplace and met cousin Sheikh Saifullah, son of the late Abdul Majeed, and their sister...

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