It is a story which states that love can survive in any difficult situation or even in a war. A police officer in Kashmir recently married a girl who lives in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) while the state of Jammu and Kashmir and its police are struggling with protests of many kinds which is disturbing the law and order of the valley.
Sub-Inspector Owais Geelani, who’s father Syed Shabir Gilani, is a retired cop, tied the knot with Faiza Geelani on Tuesday who lives in Muzaffarabad which comes under the Pakistan area. According to reports, their families are related to each other but were separated by the partition of 1947. Their “Nikkah” was already performed in 2014 when the father of the groom, had traveled to Pakistan occupied Kashmir to visit his divided family on the ‘Karavan-e-Aman’ bus service between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad.
See this pic of the two families shared by Barkha Dutt on her twitter handle :
Love in the time of Curfew. Retired police officer 's son (also a cop) gets married to girl from across the LoC ☺ pic.twitter.com/SeodnKYmEQ
— barkha dutt (@BDUTT) September 4, 2016
Groom’s father said [mks_highlight color=”#eeee22″]”The wedding ceremony had to be canceled several times due to the prevailing situation during which the cross-LoC bus service was suspended for many days. Finally, when the bus service resumed, the bride and her close family members arrived here on Monday for the function”[/mks_highlight]
During the visit to POK, Groom’s father felt the need to bring the families together then he called Owais on the phone and he gives his nod and they performed the Nikkah.
After all, This is a heart-warming love story that shows how human emotions traverse political conflicts and boundaries.
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