Ahad Raza Mir, one of the Pakistan’s finest young actors, roots for Kartarpur shuttle service driver Saddam Hassan. Whose video started to circulate on social media for his great gesture.
The Ehd-e-Wafa starrer also wants to meet him personally!
Appreciating this young driver’s spirit, Adah Raza Mir took to social media sharing the video clip.
He captioned his post saying, “This is what every Pakistani feels and stands for Compassion, humanity, and peace”.
“Saddam Hassan really sums up the fact that Pakistan welcomes everyone. You are a real hero!
Can anyone help me get Saddam’s contact details? Want to meet and thank him for being such a good ambassador of our country”, Ahad further added.
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This is what every Pakistani feels and stands for: Compassion, humanity and peace. Saddam Hassan really sums up the fact that Pakistan welcomes everyone. You are a real hero! Can anyone help me get Saddam's contact details? Want to meet and thank him for being such a good ambassador of our country. Thank you Ravinder Singh Robin for making this video and I hope you enjoyed your time here. Also anyone catch Madam Noor Jehan's voice in the background? Video credit:@ravindersinghrobin
The video clip was shared by a Sikh pilgrim named Ravinder Singh. In the clip he can be seen asking the driver of the shuttle Saddam Hussain about his feelings historic opening of Kartarpur Corridor as Sikhs can now visit their holy place.
Hussain can be heard saying: “I don’t think you are as happy as me,” Hussain replied smiling, “The way my eyes have welled up with tears. I am very happy.”
“Seeing you all, I have that feeling that one has when one goes for Hajj. This is the same experience for you,” he added.
“I feel good as Punjab seems to be united once again. We are always here to welcome you with open arms”, Saddam further added.
Prime Minister Imran Khan formally inaugurated the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9, paving the way for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit one of their religion’s holiest sites in Pakistan without needing a visa.