Hakeem ud-Din Indian Partition Story
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Oh no, I have to leave!
We can't just stay here hidden...
Hakeem ud-Din was just an ordinary boy in Haryana, India. He helped his family with agriculture and farming. His father cultivated wheat, maize and other grains. They lived in a large house with dozens of rooms.
Finally were back together again.
When they announced the partition, violent incidents began to happen in the town. Villagers started destroying properties. When an armed group at the village Hakeem left to another village to live with his extended family for 25 days.
Don't worry we'll take you somewhere safe.
Soon many people invaded that village that it was burnt to ashes and 50 of Hakeem's extended family was killed. Hakeem was still able to escape the violence by taking shelter in a forest just outside the village with relatives.
We should live here in Rawalpindi.
While staying undercover in the forest Hakeem he traveled to Faridpur Haryana, Chandoli to join his parents. Together they went to Noorpur, Uttar Pradesh.
His family managed to assist many girls who were in custody of invaders . His family and other refugees gathered in Noorpur, and escorted by the army to Karnal.
People were dying daily due Cholera in the camp and his family eventually moved to Daultala, Rawalpindi. They found a place to live and Hakeem worked as a laborer. Today Hakeem has a family of his own living in Rawalpindi.
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