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Facebook page tends to bring Pakistan and India closer

Faryal Nadeem Jun 18, 2017
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The amazing Facebook page is making a move to bring the citizens of Pakistan and India closer by depicting the real-life stories of the people. The stories of individuals show that how every citizen is connected.

It is a work of Sandeep Dutt who is an IT student from Ludhiana and Faisal Hayat who is a journalism student from Rawalpindi. Both of them plan to fill the hearts with love by depicting the stories and removing the mentality that I HATE PAKISTAN or I HATE INDIA. They mention that

When we two, one Indian and One Pakistani started the page, we only planned to share just random 16 stories during partition, and after that, the page will serve as a photo story sharing page, but the tremendous response of people lead to 5000+ followers in 8 weeks. Yes, it is true that every one of us has a common shared history that is awful and cannot be forgotten because it was full of bloodshed and sacrifices. These stories need to be preserved and shared for the upcoming generation and must be remembered from where we have come and who we are.

So, if you are patriotic shows loyalty toward your country by not hating any other country or citizen, then you must need to visit this fantastic Facebook page BOLTI KHIDKI – THE SPEAKING WINDOW. The Facebook page is not a media propaganda but contains actual stories for the real inspiration.

Both of the owners added that

We do not know whether the move is right or wrong, but we only know that it is the only time when we need to do this. We keep collecting best stories and share it with people. We will be performing such action as long as we can, and we will do anything to keep it going.

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The page shared the stories of partition 1947 and allowed people from both countries Pakistan-India to talk about each other experience, which lets them talk and bond with one another. Following are the stories, which will surely bring tears.

The story of 79 years old Fatima Noreen from Rawalpindi Punjab Pakistan.

I was born in Sialkot in 1938. I had a very large family. I had five siblings; 4 sisters and 1 brother. My father worked…

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Bolti Khidki – The Speaking Window‎‏ في 25 مايو، 2017

Story of Surinder Singh who is 94 years old from Patiala Punjab shares his experience.

I was born in 1923, in Rawalpindi. Our family used to live in Dhok Ratta Mohalla and had two grocery shops in Mohanpura…

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Bolti Khidki – The Speaking Window‎‏ في 21 مايو، 2017

Muhammad Shafique the 77 years old tells his story. He is from Rawalpindi Pakistan.

I was born in 1940. We lived in a village in Panipat, few miles from Delhi. We were 4 siblings in total (2 brothers and…

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Bolti Khidki – The Speaking Window‎‏ في 18 مايو، 2017

and the story of Noor Muhammad who is 78 years old from Pakistan.

I was born in Sarnath (just few miles from Varanasi). Most of the families living there were of Hindus and Buddhists. My…

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Bolti Khidki – The Speaking Window‎‏ في 20 أبريل، 2017

You will find all of the stories beautiful and heart-wrenching. They are too amazing. Yes, this is true that page I launched two months back but the numbers of followers are increasing day by day. These stories surely teach us that what exactly the word NEIGHBOURS mean. Hats off to them.

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