Geeta, the hard of hearing quiet Indian lady living in Pakistan after unintentionally traverse 10 years prior, will profit home for Monday with both governments finishing all conventions.
Geeta was purportedly only 7 or 8 years of age when she was discovered sitting alone on the Samjhauta Express by the Pakistan Rangers 15 years prior at the Lahore railroad station.
Geeta to Return Home on Monday with both govts completing all formalities
Fahad Edhi of the Edhi Foundation told PTI that Geeta would leave by a PIA flight on Monday morning at 8 am (8:30 IST) for New Delhi.
“She will be joined by me, my dad Faisal Edhi, my mom and my grandma Bilqees Edhi,” Fahad said.
He said they had got affirmations that they would stay in New Delhi until Indian powers finished DNA tests to affirm the parentage of Geeta.
“We are running with her on the grounds that she perceived the family in the photo sent to us by the Indian High Commission as her crew. Be that as it may, the DNA tests will affirm this,” Fahad said.
He said Indian powers had guaranteed them that if the DNA tests came negative Geeta would be set in safe care.
“She has been with us for such a variety of years, she is similar to a relative and we might want her to stay with us. Be that as it may, clearly she needs to be in her nation and with her genuine family,” he said.
He said the Pakistan and Indian governments have finished all customs for Geeta’s trip back home.
Edhi Foundation’s Anwar Kazmi said that the five individuals including Faisal Edhi were given visas however just four are running with Geeta. Every one of them have been pronounced as state visitors.
Geeta has distinguished her dad, step-mother and kin from a photo sent to her by the Indian High Commission in Islamabad. The family allegedly lives in Bihar.
Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, TCA Raghavan, and his wife had gone to Geeta in August after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj guided him to meet her and attempt to find her gang.