A youthful hard of hearing and quiet Indian lady who strayed into Pakistan over twelve years back traveled to Delhi to be brought together with the general population she accepts are her family, the philanthropy administering to her said, for a situation celebrated around the world by Bollywood.
Indian woman Geeta returns home 12 years after straying into Pakistan
Presently accepted to be in her mid 20’s, she has stayed in Pakistan under the consideration of the nation’s biggest welfare association, the Edhi Foundation, living in a safe house in the port city of Karachi.
“We are upbeat that at long last she is going home,” Faisal Edhi, child of the establishment’s author Abdul Sattar Edhi, told media outside the philanthropy’s office in downtown Karachi.
Indeed, even the name “Geeta” was given to her by Edhi staff.
After rehashed false leads in the push to discover her family, Geeta’s story got a reputation support in August when a Bollywood film with a comparative plot turned into a raving success.
“Bajrangi Bhaijaan”, including Indian hotshots Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor, recounted the account of a youthful Pakistani lady caught in India.
The Indian government pledged to bring her home, and powers turned up numerous families saying that Geeta could be their girl.
She guaranteed to perceive one anonymous family from Bihar state, and has kept their surrounded picture in a steel case from that point forward.
Be that as it may, inquiries stay, with the family saying that the little girl they lost was hitched and had an infant when she vanished, however Geeta is accepted to have just been matured 11 or 12 when she was found in the eastern city of Lahore by Pakistani police.
Geeta is being escorted to Delhi by Bilqees Edhi, the wife of the association’s organizer, and Saba Edhi, her little girl in-law.
She will experience DNA testing in India before being given over to the family, Bilqees Edhi said.
Indian powers have said regardless of the possibility that the DNA testing demonstrates Geeta is not identified with the family from Bihar, they will put her in a “suitable establishment”.
The Edhi family said they wanted to stay in contact with Geeta.
“We are not separating, we could go there to see her and she could come here,” Faisal Edhi said, including that the establishment had additionally orchestrated to correspond with Geeta through Skype.