External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj introduced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for supporting Geeta, the deaf and mute Indian female who returned back home in 2015 after being stranded in Pakistan for over a decade, in uniting along with her parents.
In a video appeal, Swaraj stated there can’t be a better deed than supporting a girl to find her parents and urged those humans, who know about any family which had a mute and deaf woman who went missing around 12 years back, to come back ahead.
“we will give Rs 1 lakh to anyone who facilitates Geeta identify her parents,” Swaraj stated in her appeal.
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Geeta, who had back to India in October 2015, has been staying at an institution for hearing and speech impaired humans run through an NGO in Indore.
“At instances, she becomes very emotional and starts crying. My appeal to her mother and father — please come ahead and take your daughter. I am assuring that we can not let her grow to be a burden on you,” Swaraj said with Geeta by using her side.
“we will take care of her with her marriage and studies. Your daughter is determined to meet you,” she stated.
Swaraj stated Geeta can be from Bihar or Jharkhand and asked chief ministers of both the states to make sure that her appeal is proven by way of all cable tv networks for the next seven days so that people come forward to help her.
External Affairs Minister, who had performed a key job in making sure the girl’s return from Pakistan, stated she had indicated that her actual name is Guddi and Geeta was given to her through the Edhi Foundation in Pakistan which took care of her.
After her return from Pakistan, a circle of relatives from Bihar had come forward claiming that Geeta was their daughter after she felt that they have been her mother and father. but, DNA exams performed on her proved in any other case.
She had failed to comprehend the Mahato own family after arriving in India although, after seeing their images in Pakistan, she had indicated that they could be her circle of relatives.
Geeta was reportedly simply 7 or 8 years old when she was found sitting alone on the Samjhauta express by the Pakistan Rangers at the Lahore railway station.
Her tale came to light after Salman Khan-starrer ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ movie got release wherein the hero unites a mute Pakistani woman together with her mother in the neighboring country.